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Econ: Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Layoffs #116482

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 29, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Chattanooga, Tennessee: Jackie Judd) Announcement by Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) chairperson Marvin Runyon of layoffs reported [First Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) WORKER - says now we know there is no hope.] War Department historical film on Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) shown. [Second Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) WORKER - comments on job.] Extent of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) debt due to building of nuclear power plants explained. [TVA historian Prof. Bruce WHEELER - says power plants problem became disaster.] [RUNYON - discusses pricing.] Impact of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) layoffs on cities like Chattanooga noted. [Mayor Gene ROBERTS, second Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) WORKER - comment.] Contd. streamlining of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) by Runyon examined.

Jennings, Peter;
Judd, Jackie

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