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Eye On America (Mexico and American Unemployment) #339074

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 06, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Moore County, North Carolina: Bruce Morton) Impact on American employment of decisions by American business companies to move plants to Mexico featured; scenes shown from worker protest in Cleveland, Ohio, against Nacco Industries, the parent company of Proctor-Silex, which is moving American jobs to Mexico. [Mona JONES - talks about losing her job.] [Proctor-Silex spokesman Richard SLACK - defends company's practice.] [Aberdeen, North Carolina, Mayor Frank McNEIL, businessman Phil McMILLAN, WORKER - talk about the local economy.] [Economic analyst Doug HENWOOD - talks about endless search for cheaper labor.] Opposing viewpoints of the companies and the workers reiterated. [JONES, SLACK - offer differing opinions on the issue.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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