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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 20, 1978
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(Studio) Chicago report introduced.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Chicago, Illinois) Nazi expectation that Skokie march would be canceled if they could demonstrate in Chicago reported Chicago park system regulations and details of conflict summarized. Judge's okay of march in Chicago without Nazis posting bonds noted. Frank Collin quoted. [COLLIN - reacts to announcement.] [Chicago park district attorney Richard TROY - explains park system's reaction.] [Skokie Mayor Albert SMITH - hopes Nazis stay away from Skokie.] July 4, 1977, film of demonstration and ensuing violence shown. Black reaction to Nazi march in Chicago feared.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite Artist: Marcia Danits

Cronkite, Walter

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