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England / Miners' Strike #95190

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(London, England) End to Britain's coal miners' strike examined; films shown. [Union president Arthur SCARGILL - announces union's decision.] Demands union will continue pressing for listed, discussed; strike's effect and general lack of public support reviewed. [In the past, SCARGILL - encourages strikers.] Scargill's Marxist interpretation of strike recalled. Violence during strike and economy impact on nation discussed. [STRIKER - notes family's sacrifice.] Pol. benefits of outcome for Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher examined. [THATCHER - can't give in to strikers' demands.]
REPORTER: Bill Redeker

Donaldson, Sam;
Redeker, Bill

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