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Poland / Strikes #272548

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 30, 1980
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(Studio) Polish government's agreement to give workers right to strike and to organize free trade unions announced.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Gdansk, Poland) polish television film of negotiations shown. Negotiators Mieczyslaw Jagielski and Lech Walesa named. Details of agreement given. [Shipyard mechanic Teodor IMBIORKIEWICZ - through translator says he is satisfied.] Growing political powers of workers noted. -
REPORTER: Gordon Joseloff

(Studio) CBS broadcast of special report with regard to Polish strike tomorrow announced Former President Gerald Ford quoted with regard to Polish spirit and quote from his `76 election campaign.

Joseloff, Gordon;
Schieffer, Bob

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