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Women's Rts. #513237

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 31, 1981
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(Studio) Report with regard to progress of women's rts. in work force since Civil Rts. Act of 1964 given. Senator Edward Kennedy quoted. [General Mills executive Vice President Jane EVANS - talks about problems of woman executives and recalls her position with Butterick and Vogue pattern company.] `70 and `79 Labor Department median income figures for men and women given Studies by Heidrick and Struggles giving demographic characteristics &salaries of men and women execs. cited. [NANCY - complains of frustration at being fired because she complained with regard to unfair treatment of women.] [Stockbroker LYNN - explains that she would not file lawsuit to get fair treatment because she fears it would cost her her job.]
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

Reporter(s):
Savitch, Jessica
Duration:
00:06:00

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