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Arizona / Cooper Strike #527999

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 12, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Ajo, Arizona) Impact on town of continued Phelps Dodge copper mine strike examined; films shown. [WOMAN - notes town is divided between strikers and scabs, nothing else.] [WORKER - explains taking job.] Town noted built and owned by Phelps Dodge, thus controlling housing of strikers; eviction of Art Galvez cited as example [GALVEZ - thinks he's being made an example] [Plant manager Carl FORSTRUM - denies Galvez has been singled out.] [Bar OWNER - explains not serving strike breakers.] [STRIKER - thinks both sides will have to compromise.] [PEOPLE - describe strike's impact on town's society.]
REPORTER: Noah Nelson

Brokaw, Tom;
Nelson, Noah

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