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Tomball, Texas / Japan Bashing / Auto Industry / NAACP #342788

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) head Benjamin Hooks reported calling on African-Americans to buy cars made in the USA. Report introduced.

(Tomball, Texas: James Hattori) Japan bashing by United States American car dealers featured; scenes shown from Tomball, Texas; excerpts played of auto dealers' television and radio commercials. [MAN - talks about being offended by Japanese United States bashing.] [MAN, WOMAN, dealership owner Hub FOSSIER - talk about buying American.] [Sales manager Russell CROSBY - denies bashing anyone.] Last month's sales of Japanese cars in the United States noted. [American International Auto Dealers Association Walter HUIZENGA - talks about jobs created by foreign companies.]

Hattori, James;
Rather, Dan

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