NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 08, 1980
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(Studio) Stanislaw Kania, successor to Edward Gierek as Poland's Communist party head, said dealing with recent labor unrest and economy
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Warsaw, Poland) Kania's appearance in Gdansk said effort to assure workers of his intention to carry out demands agreed to by government; Communist party member Mieczyslaw Rakowski quoted, shown. Aircraft factory workers in one section of Poland reported striking; details given. Econ. planner Henryk Kisiel quoted; Radio Moscow's official approval of Poland's party leadership noted.
REPORTER: Gene Randall
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