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Economy / Big Labor vs. Ford #484626

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 31, 1975
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(Studio) President Ford speaks of unemployment in Labor Day message. Labor leaders talk of administration policies on "Meet the Press."
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Studio) Parts of show shown. [United Steel Workers of American I. W. ABEL - says econ. policies added up to nothing.] [UAW President Leonard WOODCOCK - says Ford plans are Herbert Hoover revived and won't turn country around.] [Public Employee's Union Jerry WURF - says detente is failure with regard to defense Used as ripoff by those who sell products to USSR . Advocates steps to show concern to American consumer.] Big labor will make economy issue in campaign against Ford.
REPORTER: Tom Pettit

Pettit, Tom;
Snyder, Tom

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