How the Economy Is Affecting You and Your Community


Guests:

Kenny Johannemann
*Was in Tower 1 of WTC at his job as a janitor when the first plane struck; lost job; hasn't found another yet

Robert Krulwich
*ABC News Correspondent
*Former NPR Economics Correspondent

Bob Kaphan
*Owner, Proximity (broker of videoconferencing services around the world)

Senator Bill Frist
*Republican Senator from Tennessee
*Ran in Sunday's Marine Corps Marathon

Even before Sept. 11, the economy was on a downward spiral. Companies were laying off staff, consumer confidence was weakening and many people delayed buying big-ticket items. Since last month's attacks, the economy has slumped even further. How are you doing financially? Have vacations been canceled or postponed? Join us as hear from listeners about the economy is impacting communities around the country.

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