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Two American Families: 1991-2024

Season 2024 Episode 7

Filmed over 34 years, two families struggle to survive in a changing American economy. Through hard times, falling wages, and loss of manufacturing jobs, the continuation of Bill Moyers’ chronicle of perseverance as the American dream slips away.

Aired: 07/22/24
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