NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 17, 1972
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(Studio) West Coast Longshoremen resume strike after Taft-Hartley injunction expires. Containerized cargo at issue. White House to ask Congress for legislation to end dock strikes.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Los Angeles, Cal.) Dock workers resume strike at empty ports. Ships diverted to Canada. (San Francisco, Cal.) Maritime President Ed Flynn says 2 sides near settlement. [International Longshoremen's Workers Union President Harry BRIDGES - says union wants annual income guarantee, and tax to be paid by tonnage of containers.]
REPORTER: Roy Neal
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