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Nader's Raiders / Savannah Pollution #210889

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 13, 1970
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(Studio) Nader's Raiders turn attention to ecology.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Savannah, Georgia) City preserves beauty and pollutes river. [Nader raider Terry SEYDEN - expresses surprise at mayor's acceptance of polluted river; says paper mill dumps organic waste and other companies pour acid into river.] Team incls. 12 students and grads. [Mayor J.C. LEWIS - says cities waiting for state, federal govts. to assume share of financial burden for pollution.] [Nader raider James FALLOWS - says Savannah typical case study; trying to get South states to preserve beauty in face of incring. ind.] (Studio) Companies report plans to clean up river.
REPORTER: Foster Davis

Davis, Foster;
Reasoner, Harry

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