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Special Segment (Britain and The Iron Lady) #507977

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 1980
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(Studio) Efforts by England's Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher to remedy that nation's economy ills noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Abraham Darby's foundry, known as birthplace of industry revolution, discussed, shown; specifics of Britain's economy problems outlined. Econ. statistics graphed on screen. [Industrialist Michael MALLET - criticizes nation's economic policy.] Thatcher's economy perspective said taken from United States economist Milton Friedman. [Industrialist Michael YOUNG - comments.] Pros and cons of Thatcher's policy examined. [Confederation of British Ind. spokesperson Sir Terence BECKETT - comments.] Thatcher's defense of policies noted. [THATCHER - comments.] Queen Elizabeth's remarks with regard to economy during today's opening of Parliament reported

Chancellor, John;
Hart, John

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