CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 23, 1969
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(Studio) Students for a Democratic Society national convention ends.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Chicago, Illinois) Students for a Democratic Society ranks split over Vietnam and black revolution. Progressive Labor Party expelled for saying alliance between workers and students more impt. than war and racism.] [Spokesperson Alan SPECTOR - says Students for a Democratic Society "split reactionary" and unprincipled.] [Spokesperson Patricia FOREMAN - says next fall, we'll rely on people on campuses to reaffirm there won't be divided SDS leadership] [Students for a Democratic Society National Staff Jeff JONES - says what Progressive Labor Party does contradicts what they say. We expelled them because they don't support black struggle and others fighting imperialism.] Students for a Democratic Society can still cause trouble on sts. and campus.
REPORTER: Murray Fromson
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