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Nader's Raiders / Jim Welch #215780

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 28, 1971
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(Studio) "Nader's Raiders" involved in toughest work on behalf of consumers.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [Jim WELCH - says in speech that Federal Govt. commitment to law and order indicated by funding for Judicial System less than cost of one C5A airplane.] Welch makes $4,500 per year as "Nader Raider". [WELCH - says trying to sell idea people can effect Govt. in ways besides voting; in response to reporter question, says after school accepted good job with law firm before becoming involved with Ralph Nader.] [Mrs. Becky WELCH - doesn't expect Jim return to higher paying law firm job.]
REPORTER: Barry Serafin

(Columbus, Ohio) Welch works on establishing independent local public interest centers with own scientists and lawyers. [WELCH - feels legal profession's responsibility to engage in this kind of activity; says no one working for "Nader's Raiders" envisions lifetime job; all committed to public interest law.]
REPORTER: Barry Serafin

Mudd, Roger;
Serafin, Barry

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