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One On One (Reich) #374075

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 15, 1997
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) A perspective on President Clinton's decision to avert the pilots' strike against American Airlines featured; details recalled of the last use of presidential powers in an airlines strike by Lyndon Johnson in 1966 and of Clinton's other involvements in labor disputes. Interview held with former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich. [REICH - assesses the chances for a peaceful resolution to the airlines strike after the cooling off period ends and the potential fallout for Clinton now that the public is looking to the White House for action in labor problems; points out that the consumers are the immediate winners while the pilots and American shareholders are the short-term losers.]

Reporter(s):
Zahn, Paula
Duration:
00:03:40

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