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Truckers' Strike #475477

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 07, 1974
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(Studio) Tentative settlement reached in truckers' strike; many truckers denounce Washington, DC agreement.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Settlement outlined. [Pennsylvania Governor Milton SHAPP - admits truckers' demands weren't met completely.] [Truckers' representative William HALL - believes offer is good and urges truckers to accept demand.]
REPORTER: Gordon Graham

(Studio) Congress sends legislature to White House allowing truckers to pass on incrd. costs of fuels to shippers.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Kansas City, Kansas) In New Jersey, drivers decide to continue strike here. Truckers react to agreement; truckers want price rollback. In other parts of cntry., drivers also criticize agreement. [Strike leader J.W. EDWARDS - says truckers don't accept agreement; all truckers vote to continue strike.]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) Fewer incidents of violence occur. White House drafts firm contingency plans to keep hwys. open; no details available.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Graham, Gordon;
Hager, Robert

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