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Nationwide unemployment is at a nine-year high and U.S. cities have spent $3 billion on security since September 11th. Diane talks with mayors and listeners around the country about how the state of the economy is affecting communities and individuals.
- David Leonhardt reporter, New York Times
- Mayor James Rutherford Flint, MI
- Mayor Pat McCrory Charlotte, NC
- Mayor Jerry Cummings "Walla Walla WA"
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