ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 04, 1972
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(Studio) Anti-IRA bill signed by President Eamon de Valera forces some members IRA into South Ireland and England.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Dublin, Ireland) Dubliners afraid town will turn into another Belfast due to IRA (Irish Republican Army) terrorism. Want peace and increased prosperity. [Irish Labor party leader Connor Cruise O'BRIEN - says IRA (Irish Republican Army) depends on United States sympathizers for financial support, since no longer has support among Irish.] People in pubs sing about romantic past of IRA (Irish Republican Army) but reject present activities.
REPORTER: George Watson
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