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US-Soviet Student Debate #20264

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 19, 1972
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(Studio) Vietnam war dominates debate between American and Soviet student representatives at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Clinton, New York) [Armenian Republic Youth Ldrship. Program, L.P. SAAK YAN - says Soviet Union supports just war of North Vietnam.] [USSR Youth Org. Committee, Vladimir A. KAVTARADZE - doesn't understand United States concern over freedom of Soviet artists and writers when United States shoots students at Kent University, Black Panthers, and Attica prisoners.] Scheduled appearance of Soviet student representatives at University of Maryland canceled by school, as security of team could not be guaranteed.
REPORTER: Glenn Troelstrup

Reasoner, Harry;
Troelstrup, Glenn

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