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Focus (Labor: Teamsters Union) #598800

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 10, 1994
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(Studio: Mike Schneider) Report introduced.

(New York: Sara James) The past, present and future of the Teamsters union, now in the midst of a trucking strike, featured; scenes shown of the union organized by Jimmy Hoffa. [Teamster president Ron CAREY - gives speech.] [Labor analyst Pat CHOATE - explains the effect of President Jimmy Carter's decision to deregulate the trucking industry.] The Teamsters-mob link and the imprisonment of four Teamster presidents reviewed; scenes and photos shown of Hoffa, Roy Williams and Jackie Presser. [Hoffa biographer Arthur SLOANE - comments.] [Non-union truck driver Neil FOX, former Teamster Chuck CORNELIUS - talk about the union.]

James, Sara;
Schneider, Mike

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