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Washington Notebook (Made in the USA) #343319

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 14, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Difficulty of buying products produced solely in America featured; scenes shown of protest by Atlanta auto workers whose plant may close. ['92 candidates Jerry BROWN, Governor Bill CLINTON - comment on American products.] [Harvard University economist Robert REICH - comments on "buy American" slogan, building up the United States work force.] United States cars made in Mexico and Japanese cars made in the United States noted. [American International Auto Dealers Association Walter HUIZINGA - says slogans aren't the answer.] Los Angeles' recent cancellation of a contract with a Japanese firm to build rail cars, Monsanto's offer of incentives for their employees to buy American- built cars reported. [Made in the United States of America Foundation Brian FLOOD - talks about tax support of United States businesses.] [Senator Barbara MIKULSKI - comments on proposed law to require labels indicating where cars are manufactured.]

Schieffer, Bob

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