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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Woodstock, New York: Judy Muller) The Americanization of Buddhism, which is growing in appeal in the US, examined; scenes shown from the Zen mountain monastery in Woodstock, New York. [New Buddhist Gerald SMITH, priest Bonnie TREACE, meditation teacher Jack KORNFIELD, abbott John LAURIE, Buddhist Miles DEUTSCH, Rabbi Alan LEW, Jesuit priest Robert KENNEDY - explain the tenets and appeal of Buddhism.] The religion's special appeal to Americans noted.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Muller, Judy
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