September 27, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow reports on Minnesota AFL-CIO meeting, and if group will endorse Senator George McGovern for President of the United States. Reports includes excerpt of speech at AFL-CIO convention from Hubert H. Humphrey in support of McGovern.
September 29, 1972 - Northwest airline mechanic talks about the effect of the strike on the staff, their inter-relationships and their licenses. "If they could put a man on the moon they could certainly have a computerized pilot fly a plane from New York to Minnesota and only have one or two pilots on board to land or in case of emergency." Interview ends with a breif discussion of retirement and pension benefits.
October 2, 1972 - Airline recuperates as pilot strike ends. Pilots need to retest for license, as the pilots are required to requalify. Work towards starting up operations as normal, however, other staff are waiting to hear from management as to how many staff will be brought back. Speakers include a labor relations manager at Northwest airlines and an airline worker.
October 6, 1972 - Unidentified women speaks out against the Joint Committee for it's failure to weigh all the factors and claims that airport building is getting priority over mass transit needs.
October 13, 1972 - Kate Millett speaks on self-publishing for/by women. In speech, Millett talks on filtering through the male establishment and the autonomy of women to do their own thing; that an editor is not a writer; and about the opposition to any new artistic form. She states that outsiders are better to have their own presses and should not depend on fat-cat capitalism.
October 16, 1972 - Jerry Fryer assistant to ATW Sec. Elliot Richardson discusses funding for schools. State and Federal funds may not be available in the future for schools, but those funds may not be available in the future. The buildings will eventually need to be replaced and they believe that they should be replaced while they have additional money.
October 16, 1972 - Wild rice production and sales in Minnesota have been growing for about seven years. Farmers discuss issues and sales.
October 18, 1972 - MPR’s Connie Goldman talks with Pat Huss, who discusses the results of Minnesota Public Interest Research Group survey on Twin Cities employment agencies.
October 30, 1972 - Newsman Chet Huntley promotes American Airlines and Big Sky Montana. Dahlen asks Huntley if doing televison commercials damages his crediblility as a newsman. Huntley defends his choice to represent American Airlines and states that he hopes the business sector and the news media can talk sense.
October 30, 1972 - An interview with British Oceanographer Dr. Cooper about power plants in areas such as Lake Superior, and how it may affect temperate climate of water.