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Vietnam / World Reaction #225578

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 05, 1973
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(Studio) Canadian House of Commons denounces recent United States bombing Hanoi and Haiphong in North Vietnam. Only hint of disapproval in Commons comes from former Prime Min. John Diefenbaker, but he does not vote on resolution. Australia also condemns United States bombing.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Fort Jersey, New Jersey) Longshoremen in United States refuse to handle Australian cargo as long as Australian workers boycott United States cargo in protest United States bombing North Vietnam. Australians say ban on United States goods will last as long as bombing continues. [Longshoreman John COYNE - says to hell with them. United States will bomb anyway.] [Longshoreman Tom PRUMACHUK - says has boycotted Russians, Cubans and Poles, so why not Australians.]
REPORTER: Richard Roth

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Roth, Richard
Duration:
23:53:10

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