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Host-reporter: Ron Reagan.
Producer, Allen C. Pedersen. Director, Michael Spence; script, Brian Russell; camera, T.C. Christensen; editor, Jim Friesen; production designer, Bill Cornford; music, Bob Summers.
Host: Rene Auberjonois.
Another in a series of documentaries about societal problems in America, this hour has the content and style of a sweep series done by an aspiring news department at a major-market television station.
Co-anchors; Jane Pauley, Stone Phillips.