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Clamshell Alliance #251915

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1977
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(Studio) About 1/2 of Seabrook demonstrators remain in custody in New Hampshire. Protest was organized by Clamshell Alliance.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Seabrook, New Hampshire) Background report on Alliance. [Neil LINSKY - will continue Seabrook protest until nuclear plant canceled.] Linsky's background incls. Washington, DC arrest for anti-Vietnam war protests. [Harvey WASSERMAN - says this is really anti-war campaign, war on environmental] Wasserman's background noted. What civil rights and Vietnam were to `60's, nuclear energy could be to `70's and `80's. Many young people, previously without cause, join Seabrook protest. Alliance is umbrella organization for several anti-nuclear and environmental groups in northe. 1st Seabrook protest was in August, 1976. (Film shown.) Negotiations with Alliance are hard because there's no one leader Mbrs. say Seabrook is only 1st of many such moves in US. [WASSERMAN - believes mvt. will spread to reprocessing plants, oil refineries and on down line.]
REPORTER: Don Kladstrup

Kladstrup, Don;
Mudd, Roger

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