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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.
(Washington: John Hendren) The unveiling of Obama's rescue plan for the economy with Tim Geithner expected to be named Treasury secretary and Lawrence Summers heading the National Economic Council featured; details given about this "new" New Deal. [OBAMA, on "This Week," aide David AXELROD- talk about his big plan.] [On "Face the Nation," Obama senior economic adviser Austan GOOLSBEE; Senator Charles SCHUMER - state it will be a big number.] [Presidential historian Robert DALLEK- says it sounds like FDR's inaugural speech.] ["The Return of Depression Economics" Paul KRUGMAN- compares The Depression and now.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) ABC coverage of Obama's news conference tomorrow announced.
- Harris, Dan;
- Hendren, John
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