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Persian Gulf War / Route 83 (Part III) #133301

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 22, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Fourth report in an occasional series introduced.

(McCook, Nebraska: Tom Foreman) How war is affecting Americans living along Route 83 featured; scenes shown from flag-lined streets in town of McCook, Nebraska; positions of two town residents on opposite sides of the war noted. [Pam SWOBODA - says she does not support the war.] Scenes shown from film "Profiles in Courage" about town's favorite son Senator George Norris, who opposed American role in World War I, yet was continually reelected. [Ralph SPRINKLE - defends United States role in war.]

Foreman, Tom;
Jennings, Peter

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