ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 30, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Washington: Jackie Judd) The Smithsonian Institution's decision to modify its exhibit of the Enola Gay, the airplane that dropped the first atomic bomb on Japan, detailed; what has been excluded following emotional pressure from veterans and politicians to modify the anti- atomic bombing overtone of the original planned display reviewed. [Smithsonian secretary Michael HEYMAN, American Legion national commander William DETWEILER, Representative Newt GINGRICH, historian professor Barton BERNSTEIN - offer views on the decision and the exhibit as it now stands.]
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