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U.S. auto industry in Japan and the fall of communism / Ralph Nader and Arthur Hartman ; produced by Edmund Haddad and Ian Masters.

Program Title:
U.S. auto industry in Japan and the fall of communism / Ralph Nader and Arthur Hartman ; produced by Edmund Haddad and Ian Masters.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ1690.20
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Two inteviews and a commentary.|U.S. AUTO INDUSTRY IN JAPAN and THE FALL OF COMMUNISM / Ralph Nader and Arthur Hartman| produced by Edmund Haddad and Ian Masters. - SERIES: Background briefing| 20 - Two inteviews and a commentary. Ralph Nader talks about the United States delegation of President Bush and auto industry executives who met in Japan. He reviews the history of American management and labor (UAW), bringing the issues up to the present. Next. Reagan's ambassador to the Soviet Union, Arthur Hartman, discusses the "fall of communism," and our role in this process. The program concludes with a short news analysis and commentary by Edmond Haddad. - BROADCAST: KPFK, 5 Jan. 1992.

pt.1. Ralph Nader talks about the United States delegation of President Bush and auto industry executives who met in Japan. He reviews the history of American management and labor (UAW), bringing the issues up to the present -- pt.2. Reagan's ambassador to the Soviet Union, Arthur Hartman, discusses the "fall of communism," and our role in this process -- pt.3. News analysis and commentary by Edmond Haddad.

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Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|59:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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