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Strikes #472853

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 03, 1973
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(Studio) Workers view strike differently today.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Detroit, Michigan) More labor disputes settled without strikes. [AFL-CIO President George MEANY - denies worker is less militant. Progress in wages leads to different strike view.] Auto worker agreement expires soon. Workers react to possible strike at Chrysler. Ford auto workers relieved Ford isn't strike target like Chrysler. Unions must pay workers while on strike. Strike fund doesn't nearly cover workers' debts. [Chrysler worker John COYNE - dislikes possibility of strike. Lifestyle to be altered by strike.] Steel workers decide not to strike even if contract demands not met. Labor leaders search for other ways to settle disputes.
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

Chancellor, John;
Levine, Irving R.

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