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Moratorium / Washington, DC Activities / President Support #201130

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 13, 1969
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(Studio) Center of 3-day protest is DC. 40-hr. "March against death," gets underway.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Marchers to go from Arlington National Cemetery to DC. Carry signs with names of Vietnam dead, bombed out villages, or number dead in each state. To shout out names.
REPORTER: Hal Walker

(Studio) 1000s of troops available; not needed.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) 45-min. silent vigil held on Capitol steps by staff members
REPORTER: Marya McLaughlin

(DC) At Pentagon, Episcopalian clergy and supporters, led by Reverend Edward Crowther, conduct Mass for peace. 186 arrested.
REPORTER: Steve Rowan

(DC) Parade Marshals practice how to handle march without violence. [SPOKESPERSON - says keep march going, and try to get guys to cool it. Our message is: People have died; it has to stop.]
REPORTER: David Dick

(Studio) Flying flags and burning headlights done in support of President Nixon. Porch lights left on in Wyoming. In Jackson, Michigan, parents of 16 dead sign petition for court order to forbid protesters from using sons' names.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Dick, David;
McLaughlin, Marya;
Reasoner, Harry;
Rowan, Steve;
Walker, Hal

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