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WASHINGTON WEEK

Vault: Dec 30, 1983

  • Aired: 03/02/2011
  • 07:53
  • Rating: NR
As 1983 came to an end, signs that the recession of the early 80s was starting to subside. One result: organized labor began to make concessions just to save jobs. Washington Week focused on the economy and attitudes of Americans going into 1984.
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Vault: Dec 30, 1983
Vault: Dec 30, 1983
Organized labor made concessions to save jobs in the 80s, similar to today.
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