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All in the Family/The Impossible Dream?/What About Syria? 

"All in the Family" examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. "The Impossible Dream?" looks at efforts to remake New York City's failing school system. "... See full summary »

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Steve Kroft ... Self - Correspondent (segment "All in the Family")
Robert Anderson Robert Anderson ... Self - Chief Counsel, Army Corps of Engineers (segment "All in the Family")
Chuck Dominy Chuck Dominy ... Self - Lieutenant General (segment "All in the Family")
Bob Grace Bob Grace ... Self - GSM Consulting (segment "All in the Family")
Charles Lewis Charles Lewis ... Self - Center for Public Integrity (segment "All in the Family")
Lesley Stahl ... Self - Correspondent (segment "The Impossible Dream?")
Michael Bloomberg ... Self - Mayor, New York City (segment "The Impossible Dream?")
Joel Klein Joel Klein ... Self - Lawyer (segment "The Impossible Dream?")
Caroline Kennedy ... Self - Lawyer (segment "The Impossible Dream?")
Mike Wallace ... Self - Correspondent (segment "What About Syria?")
Farouk Al-Sharaa Farouk Al-Sharaa ... Self - Foreign Minister, Syria (segment "What About Syria?")
George W. Bush ... Self - President (segment "What About Syria?") (archive footage)
Colin Powell ... Self - Secretary of State (segment "What About Syria?") (archive footage)
Nick Rahall Nick Rahall ... Self - Representative, West Virginia (segment "What About Syria?")
Ed Djerejian Ed Djerejian ... Self - Ambassador (segment "What About Syria?")
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"All in the Family" examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. "The Impossible Dream?" looks at efforts to remake New York City's failing school system. "What About Syria?" examines whether Syria should be the focus of U.S. anti-terrorism efforts. "Andy Rooney" talks about mixing flavors. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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English

Release Date:

27 April 2003 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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