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Monday, August 26, 2002
Booming Housing Market
Gwen Ifill discusses what's feeding the housing boom with
David Lereah, chief economist at the National Association of Realtors,
and Eric Belsky, executive director of the Joint Center for Housing
Studies at Harvard.
How We Live
Ray Suarez looks at an alluring art exhibit in a blighted
Tom Bearden reports
on the opening day of the United Nations Summit on Strategic Development
in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Warner speaks with Jan Pronk, the UN Secretary General's special
envoy to the summit; Jocelyn Dow, president of the Women's Environment
and Development Organization; Myron Ebell, director of international
environmental policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute;
and Gregg Easterbrook, senior editor of The New Republic.
AIDS in Malawi
Jonathan Silvers reports on the bleak prospects for families
of AIDS victims in the African country of Malawi.