ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 06, 1972
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(Studio) Promoters of 1976 Centennial Fair in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, decide on site for exposition, though problems persist. Other side in Am's. war for independence, British, well prepared.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Wedgwood, England) Same company which shipped tea for Boston Tea Party is still in business, and hopes to make profits selling souvenirs for bicentennial of Revolution. [Director British-American Bicentennial Group, Donald CRAWFORD - says Great Britain gained much from American Revolution. Says profits from historical event are legitimate pursuit.] Wedgwood makes commemorative plates.
REPORTER: George Watson
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