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Truckers' Strike #288651

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 02, 1983
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(Studio) Violence reported continuing with independent truckers' strike; focus of truckers' protest recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Chicago, Illinois) Extent of strike's ineffectiveness so far examined. [Producer wsler. Dan FISHER - notes lack of impact.] [DRIVER - will join strike.] [Dispatcher Bob GUERTIN - cites decline in business] [Florida tomato packers spokesperson Jack CAMPBELL - comments on farmers' impotence in affair.] Various violent events against truckers described. [TRUCKER - describes assault.] [TRUCKER - doesn't sympathize with injured drivers.] [TRUCKER - acknowledges disunity among drivers.]
REPORTER: Ned Potter

(Kenley, North Carolina) Precautions taken by nonstriking drivers examined; films shown. [TRUCKERS - fear attacks, economy outcome of strike.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Reporter(s):
Hall, Bruce;
Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:00

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