ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 26, 1972
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(Studio) Britain's Ind. Relations Court averts threatened general strike by freeing 5 dock workers it ordered jailed last Friday
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(London, England) Pressure on government to release 5 dock workers increases as thousands of airport workers strike. Outside prison, where 5 are jailed, thousands of longshoremen march. Court releases men jailed for violating Labor Relations Act. Britain's Labor Federation had threatened general strike. Union leaders blamed for wildcat dock strike. Worker's ultimate goal is to kill Labor Relations Law of ruling conservative party
REPORTER: Don Farmer
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