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Washington, DC / Anti-War Demonstrations #15694

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 03, 1971
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(Studio) Anti-war demonstrations fail to shut down DC.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Demonstrators' attempts to block hwys. and bridges sporadic, quickly thwarted by police; tear gas used in Georgetown area; film shows protester pulling distributor cap from car stopped at intersection; demonstrators block DuPont Circle with construction materials; film shows protesters-police confrontation outside ABC building; Army MPs help police; film shows demonstrators under arrest; marines land in copters at Washington Monument, march to Justice Department; workers arrive at Pentagon before dawn in case of traffic tie-up; Vietnam Vets., dumping manure on Pentagon steps, arrested for littering.
REPORTER: Bob Windsor; Virginia Sherwood; Bill Downs; Don Baker; Roger Peterson

Reporter(s):
Sherwood, Virginia;
Smith, Howard K.;
Windsor, Bob
Duration:
00:07:00

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