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Strikes / Louisville / Philadelphia / New Orleans / Postal Workers #54767

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 18, 1978
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(Studio) Louisville firemen's return to job after strike settlement reported Possibility for postal workers strike noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (WLKY newstape)

(DC) Report on effects of postal strike on Social Security recipients and other 1st-class mail recipients, business like L.L. Bean, Incorporated, Sears and Spiegel, and on services like UPS and Federal Express. [WOMAN - states concern about getting Social Security checks.] [MAN - notes many bills wouldn't come if postal workers strike.] Admin. view of situation and potential effect on President Carter's anti-inflation program outlined. Postman Wallace Loving mentioned.
REPORTER: George Strait

(Studio) Contd. municipal workers strike in Philadelphia reported Garbage situation in Philadelphia described. New Orleans sanitation workers wildcat strike detailed.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (WPVI newstape)

Reporter(s):
Robinson, Max;
Strait, George
Duration:
00:02:40

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