CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 20, 1984
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(Studio) President Reagan's tactic with striking air traffic controllers recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Las Vegas, NV) Two postal workers unions' decisions to hold off strike while contract negotiations continuing examined. [National Association of Letter Carriers spokesperson Vincent SOMBROTTO - announces decision.] Criticism of Reagan administration's approach to postal workers' contracts outlined. [American Postal Workers Union spokesperson Moe BILLER - describes battle with government] [Postmaster General William BOLGER (sic) - notes Reagan proved he will fire striking federal employees.] [Postmaster General William BOLGER - agrees with termination threat.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen
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