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England / Rioting #278751

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 09, 1981
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(Studio) Continued rioting in Manchester, England, reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Manchester, England) Riots here examined; films shown. [Police chief James ANDERTON - describes it as guerrilla warfare.] Riot's aftermath discussed. [RESIDENTS - threaten to protect selves if police don't.] Implications of attack on police station and comparison of situation with that existing 10 yearsago in North Ireland considered.
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell

(Studio) Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's defense of government against accusation that her economy policies have caused rioting reported; parliament mbr.'s attack on her quoted. [Courtesy NBC, announcer Christopher JONES - describes House of Commons session today; mentions names of several M.P.s.] [Voice of THATCHER - defs. economic policy.] [Speaker George THOMAS - calls for order.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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