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UAW-Ford Agreement #282128

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 14, 1982
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(Studio) Agreement said reached by Ford Motors and negotiators of UAW.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Detroit, Michigan) Scenes shown. [Ford Vice President Labor Relations Peter PESTILLO - speaks favorably of commitment.] Details of agreement given. Factory scenes shown. [President UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) Douglas FRASER - speaks of better treatment of workers.] Further okays of union noted yet to be gotten. [President Local 36 John McDERMOTT - likes agreement.] [Laid-off Worker Dianne SMITH - says concessions are in style.] Failure of General Motors Corporation talks recalled. Significance of Ford agreement assessed.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Dean, Morton;
Potter, Ned

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