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Supreme Court / Busing / Charlotte, North Carolina #15149

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 20, 1971
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(Studio) Supreme Court rulings favor liberals.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Supreme Court rules busing to achieve school racial balance legal; decisions aimed at state imposed segregation; ruling conflicts with Nixon Admin. views.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer

(Studio) 1 of cases resulting in ruling originated in Charlotte, North Carolina.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Charlotte, North Carolina) [Civil Rights Attorney Julius L. CHAMBERS - thinks decision means similar plans must be implemented in other parts of North Carolina and cntry.] [Former State Representative James CARSON - says not surprised, disappointed by decision; Supreme Court rewriting law of land contrary to expressed intent of Congress]
REPORTER: John Latich (WB-TV)

(Studio) Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff intros. bill to end defacto segregation in N.; bill requires busing children between suburbs and cities.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Geer, Stephen;
Smith, Howard K.;
Latich, John

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