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Inside Story (Wal-Mart Power Play) #752069

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 05, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Statistics on Wal-Mart stores cited.

(Inglewood: Jerry Bowen) The debate in Inglewood, California, over the proposed development a huge new Wal-Mart store featured; details given of the city council’s rejection of the retailer’s plans, prompted by union opposition, and Wal-Mart’s petition for a special election. [Representative Maxine WATERS†- says the future of this community depends on our ability to stop the monster in its tracks.] [Inglewood Mayor Roosevelt DORN†- supports the new store.] [Community activist Earl Ofari HUTCHINSON†- says Wal-Mart is buying an election.] [Wal-Mart spokesperson Peter KANELOS†- says Wal-Mart is sick & tired of the unions bullying us.] [Retail analyst Burt FLICKENGER†- says Wal-Mart wants to be in urban areas.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Bowen, Jerry
Duration:
00:02:30

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