Remember Charles Gibson's bus trip across America last fall in anticipation of the November presidential elections? He set out to feel the pulse of America and then, the economic meltdown occurred in September and in October, when he visited "a pleasant little town" called Dixon, there was something else to discuss with, among others, retirees sitting around, drinking coffee at "the local bookstore," which remains unnamed...
And a year later, in the midst of debate about whether letting Lehman fail was the mistake or whether "bailing out" many others was the error, ABC called us to gather customers for a reprise:
Rebuilding Your Retirement Savings
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