[Paul Tsongas speaks to ONE]
Original Airdate: 5/24/1991
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Description : Abstract
Alexandra Marks reports that Paul Tsongas (Democratic candidate for US President) addressed the members of the Organization for a New Equality (ONE.) at a luncheon meeting. Marks notes that ONE. is an organization committed to opening up new economic opportunities for minorities. Marks adds that the members of ONE. welcomed Tsongas' pro-business, liberal agenda. Marks' report includes footage of Tsongas' address to the members of ONE. Marks reports that Tsongas is calling for a combination of tax incentives and government spending to revitalize inner-city neighborhoods. Marks interviews Robert Reich (professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University) about Tsongas' position on economic issues. Marks' report includes footage from an interview with Tsongas. Tsongas talks about the importance of education. Marks notes that Tsongas has the support of some urban residents. Marks report includes footage from interviews with Dorchester residents Chico Joyner and Faries Odom about Tsongas. Marks reports that Tsongas. Marks notes that Tsongas criticized the policies of George Bush (US President) in his speech. She adds that Tsongas has accused Bush of promoting a racially divisive agenda.
Contributor : Reporter
Subject : Keywords
Elections - 1992 presidential campaign and elections
Subject : Personal Names
Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Organization for a New Equality (O.N.E.)
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News - Television
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