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Campus Unrest / Cornell #203245

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 24, 1969
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(Studio) Speakout occurs at Cornell.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Ithaca, New York) Impromptu talks occur at Barton Gymnasium. Teach-in takes place in p.m. [Graduate Student Harry EDWARDS - says white people have not cornered market on brains. If Lyndon Johnson had C average in unaccredited Baptist College and became President, sees no reason why Cornell can't start program to get blacks in school from ghetto.] [Resigning Chairperson Govt. Department Prof. Allan SINDLER - says shouldn't pretend faculty didn't change minds because of coercion.] [American History Prof. Clinton ROSSITER - wants to preserve University Keep self-respect.]
REPORTER: Robert Schakne

Cronkite, Walter;
Schakne, Robert

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