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(Studio) House Rules Committee clears antibusing bill for House vote. Black leaders in Denver turn away from busing as means for integration.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Denver, Colorado) Blacks mostly live in North E. section of city. Living conditions reasonably good, but schools not up to standard of white schools. [Urban coalition, Senator George BROWN - says blacks and whites are unhappy with busing.] [Civil Rights Cmsn., James REYNOLDS - says solution to integration lies in housing. Says federal government should end ghettos.]
REPORTER: Bill Wordham
- Smith, Howard K.;
- Wordham, Bill
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