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Strikes / Cleveland / Louisville / Philadelphia #54726

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 1978
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(Studio) Public workers' strikes in Cleveland, Louisville and Philadelphia reported Situation in Cleveland, with police strike and mayor's request for National Guard, described.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Cleveland, Ohio) Details given about situation in Cleveland; National Guard evaluations of need for military force reported [Store owner Donald CLIFFORD - will sit in store with gun tonight.] Basis for strike stated: Mayor Dennis Kucinich's firing of several police for refusing walking patrols in high-crime area. Other details involved in strike and political climate in Cleveland, just prior to recall election for Kucinich, outlined. [KUCINICH - states view of police action.]
REPORTER: Ron Miller

(Studio) Details of firemen's strike in Louisville and city workers' strike in Philadelphia given.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (WLKY newstape)

Miller, Ron;
Robinson, Max

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