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Frontline - Through the Saftey Net #934741

PBS Special for Monday, Apr 09, 1984

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Examination of Reagan era disability policy, including cutbacks in the disability benefits system. Wayne Parker: Area Supervisor Louisiana DOS; Dr. Richard Langford: Medial Consultant Louisiana DOS; Senator John Heinz: R- Pennsylvania; Carol Spayd: Examiner Pennsylvania DOS; Carol Bellamy: President New York City Council; Caesar Perales: Commissioner New York Dept. of Social Services; Jennifer Barrows: Director Moravian Shelter; Peter McGough: Associate Director General Accounting Office; Ronald Reagan: President; Paul Simmons: Deputy Commissioner Social Security Administration; Clayton Deitrich: Former Administrative Law Judge; Jacob Friedes: Former Administrative Law Judge;
Woodruff, Judy.

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