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Hydrogen Bomb Article #262786

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 26, 1979
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Milwaukee, WI) Case involving writer Howard Morland and "Progressive" mag. editor's attempts to publish article on building hydrogen bomb detailed. Justice Department attorney Thomas Martin's argument with regard to material contained in article posing national security threat outlined. Mag. defense with regard to First Amendment and accessibility of information in article noted. Judge Robert Warren's decision detailed. [Edward Erwin KNOLL - comments with regard to judge's ruling.) [Howard MORLAND - comments.] Case said headed for court of appeals in Chicago and then to Supreme Court
REPORTER: Fred Graham Artist: Marcia Danits

5;47:30 CANCER

(Studio) National Academy of Sciences committee recommendations with regard to modification of present bans on cancer-causing agents in food detailed. Saccharin controversy recalled. Director of National Cancer Institute, Dr. Arthur Upton, quoted with regard to carcinogens.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Graham, Fred
Duration:
00:02:20

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