1991 Recession; Mathilde Krim; AIDS Causation Debate

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Tuesday 11/12/1991

A panel of journalists and economists debate about the severity of the nation's current recession and the steps necessary for recovery. Mathilde Krim, founder of The American Foundation for AIDS Research, discusses the latest advances in fighting HIV and AIDS. Biologist Mathilde Krim, physician and researcher Joseph Sonnabend, activist Gregg Gonsalves, and journalist Celia Farber debate the causes of acquired immune deficiency syndrome.