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Focus (Economy: Jobs) (Part II) #599084

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 24, 1994
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(Johannesburg: Brian Williams) A segment in the week-long series on Jobs: America's Most Wanted introduced.

(Detroit: Odetta Rogers-Clarke) The current recovery of the American automobile industry examined; extensive scenes shown from the Chrysler plant outside Detroit where both the product and the production line have been restructured following the industry's bleak days of the 1970s and 1980s. [Veteran worker William "Red" DAVIES, new worker Ricky BELL, former UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) president Doug FRASER, auto worker Nancy LEE, Chrysler's Dennis PAWLEY - talk about jobs in the auto industry.]

Rogers-Clarke, Odetta;
Williams, Brian

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