1986 Harry Reasoner Story Inspires New ’60 Minutes’ Subject

By Alex Weprin 

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A story reported by Harry Reasoner on “60 Minutes “60 Minutes” 26 years ago inspired an individual named Paul Tudor Jones. On Sunday’s edition of the program, Jones and the charity he founded is getting the “60 Minutes” treatment.

Here is Reasoner’s original 1986 story:

Sunday, Scott Pelley talks to Jones about the Robin Hood Foundation, which has given away some $1.25 billion since it was founded.

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