CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 25, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Reed Galin) The militant stance taken by striking machinists against Boeing Company examined; details given of the health benefits and jobs guarantees issues; scenes shown from Seattle, where the industry is important for the regional economy. [Local machinists union president Bill JOHNSON, striker Leroy DEAN, aviation industry analyst Bill WHITLOW, machine shop owner Bert LINDMARK - talk about labor and the aerospace industry.]
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