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Wage-Price Freeze / Strikes #459395

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 18, 1971
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(Studio) Labor leaders express dislike for new economic policy, Nixon request for no strikes during 90 day freeze.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Boston, Massachusetts) [UAW president Leonard WOODCOCK - says for wage raises to be nullified by federal government means will consider entire contract void; doesn't understand how government action can be legal.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Ford Motor Company to sell 1972 cars at 1971 prices; longshoreman's union president Harry Bridges says West Coast dock strike will continue
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) [BRIDGES - says longshoremen will return to work only after they vote to do so; doesn't think government can force longshoremen back to work.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Oliver, Don
Duration:
00:04:10

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