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General Motors-UAW Negotiations #110985

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 23, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Detroit, Michigan: Jerry King) Importance of General Motors-UAW negotiations noted illustrated by GM's closing of its Norwood, Ohio, plant due to competition from Honda's Ohio plant; details given, scenes shown. Demands of both sides in contract talks reviewed. [Auto worker Don ROTTERT - criticizes GM's call for quality work line.] [Norwood plant manager Herb STONE, UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) spokesperson Cleon MONTGOMERY - cite need for accepting change, resolving dispute maturely.] [Honda of America vice president Al KINZER - explains necessary attitude.] [Honda worker Gerald GRAVES - explains workers' opposition to UAW.] ["Automotive News" publisher Keith CRAIN - cites need for both sides to compromise.]

Donaldson, Sam;
King, Jerry

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