PBS NewsHour

Friday, October 28, 2011

10/28/2011 | 54m 3s

Tonight on the program, we examine whether recent market gains and the best month on Wall Street in years will be able to counter job losses for the economy. Also, Paul Solman reports from Alabama on the economic impact of a controversial new immigration law and we have a book conversation with Steve Jobs' biographer Walter Isaacson and the weekly analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks.

Aired: 10/28/11

Expired: 11/27/11

Rating: NR

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