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Germany / Labor Unions #344252

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Public service workers in Germany reported voting on a new contract today after their successful strike.

(Frankfurt: Bill McLaughlin) Strength of unions in Germany featured; scenes shown from Frankfurt, Germany. [President Ronald REAGAN - makes speech with regard to termination of workers.] [Financial analyst Norbet WALTER - talks about efficiency of strikes.] Historical footage of Nazis shown; unions' efforts to stop dictator Adolf Hitler recalled. ["Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung" Guenther NONNEMACHER - says unions are needed.] [I.G. Metall spokesman, Joerg BARCZYNSKI - makes milk cow analogy.]

Reporter(s):
McLaughlin, Bill;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:40

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