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Strikes / United States Docks / Britain Fire Fighters #46516

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 14, 1977
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(Studio) Dock strike in effect from Maine to Texas may end soon. Report on British fire fighters' strike.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(London, England) Details of firemen's strike for higher pay given. Mil. substitutes for firemen noted. British fire fighters' pay contrasted to that of firemen in American cities like New York City and Los Angeles. [Firemen Peter GARVIN - says no one wants to go on strike, but government won't pay decent living wages.] [Fireman Brian GOODFELLOW - notes weekly pay.] (Public service message shown.) Govt. efforts to alert public to help itself thru crisis noted.
REPORTER: Mike Taibbi

Taibbi, Mike;
Walters, Barbara

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