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US-Japan Trade Relations #286718

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 31, 1983
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(Studio) United States trade deficit with Japan last year noted.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(San Francisco, California) Incring. anti-Japanese sentiment in United States due to imports examined. [MAN - notes extent of Japanese imports and impact on US unemployment.] Size of Japanese exports to United States described; current tension between United States and Japan compared with that following Pearl Harbor. Impact on Japanese-Americans examined. [John TATEISHI - notes growing racial tension toward Japanese in US.] [Representative Norman MINETA - describes constituents' racism.] [Japanese-AM. - describes racial slurs on family.] World War II era films shown; imprisonment of Japanese-Americans during war recalled. [TATEISHI - notes patriotism of Japanese-Americans]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Reporter(s):
Goldberg, Bernard;
Kurtis, Bill
Duration:
00:03:40

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