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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 07, 1970
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(Studio) Long hair not social threat in Britain.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(London, England) Skinheads fight longhairs and police; short-haired gangs beat Pakistanis, brawl at football games; police efforts to halt skinheads unsuccessful; [Pakistani High Commissioner Salman ALl - reports community concern at racist persecution; police aid incring.] [SKINHEADS - say like to beat up hippies and Pakistanis.] [KIDS - say Pakistanis smell.] [Social worker Rich HAUSER - says Pakistanis and skinheads both social victims.] [Social worker Hepzibah HAUSER - says same thing.]
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

Mudd, Roger;
Rudd, Hughes

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