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Analysis (US Withdrawal From ILO) #249363

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 01, 1977
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(DC) Analysis of reasons for and effect of United States withdrawal from ILO. Details mentioned are support for action by organized labor and United States Chamber of Commerce, feelings of some that Communists& 3rd world ntns. are overrunning ILO, recommendations of United States allies, include Israel, that United States stay in organization, arguments with regard to pols. involved in ILO, especially as opposed to those in UN, and ILO's part in human rights issue. Reporter notes Churchill and Roosevelt's use of ILO as model for other United Nations special agencies, fact that though ntns. like USSR , East Germany, Yugoslavia, Venezuela and Italy have pulled out, they returned.
REPORTER: Eric Sevareid

Reporter(s):
Sevareid, Eric
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00:02:30

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