ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 10, 2005
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(Studio: Terry Moran) America's working men & women & the labor unions that are fighting for survival featured; statistics cited; scenes shown from Loveland, Colorado; details given about the reasons why unions are not growing in the days of the global economy. [Loveland Wal-Mart worker Josh NOBLE- talks about his union efforts & Wal-Mart's use of the intimidation factor.] [Service Employees International Union president Andy STERN- says unions have a lesser role in the economy & are trying a tired old link with politicians.] [Baltimore steelworker Vicki DELOWSKI- backs the union benefits.] [Steelworker Phil PACK- worries.] Wal-Mart's huge public relations campaign noted.
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