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Washington, DC / South Africa Embassy Protests #295196

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 04, 1984
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(Studio) Reagan administration's policy toward South Africa's apartheid government noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Demonstrations at South Africa's embassy here protesting apartheid said spreading nationwide; films shown. [STUDENT - explains junior high school students' participation in protest.] [Bishop Desmond TUTU - considers apartheid as immoral and evil as Nazism; condemns Reagan administration's support and collaboration with apartheid.] Arrests of Representatives such as Parren Mitchell and growth of protest mvt, since considered. [Transafrica executive director Randall ROBINSON - anticipates widespread demonstrations and arrests,] Reagan administration's defense of its approach to South Africa and critics' claim of incr, violence there outlined.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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