CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 10, 1972
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(DC) Failure of billions of Federal dollars to curb crime noted. Crime, a big issue in `68, has been forgotten in `72. James Vornberg of Harvard Law School, directed crime study for President Johnson, saying odds police can catchavenueburglar is 1 in 50. Problems in fighting crime cited. 5 New York City gang slayings have occurred in 2 weeks Geneticist Darlington's study applied to Mafia in US; Mafia members said of different race than Italians.
REPORTER: Eric Sevareid
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