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Air Traffic Controllers Dissatisfaction #298238

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 22, 1984
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(Studio) Dissatisfaction of air traffic controllers outlined.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Atlanta, Georgia) [Controller Bob HOFFMAN - says union needed to represent controllers.] Controllers strike and effects, in 1981, recalled; film shown. President Reagan's firing of controllers for strike mentioned. Union organization efforts in New York City noted. [Union organizer David KUSHNER - comments.] Difference between new union plans and PATCO cited. [HOFFMAN - comments.] [Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson Jonathan HOWE - comments.] [Miami controller Andy MORAVEL - cites reservations re: unionization.]
REPORTER: Peter Van Sant

Dean, Morton;
Van Sant, Peter

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