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Vietnam / President Support / Moratorium Plans #3251

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 1969
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(Studio) House For. Affairs Committee passes resolution 21-8 supporting President 180 signed it. Representative Benjamin Rosenthal calls it an attempt to intimidate moratorium crowd. Concern great over moratorium.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Antiwar group wants to stage huge march November 15. Mobilization Committee in full gear. [Company-Chairperson Ron YOUNG - says planning to march. Groups flooding Justice Department with mail to issue us permit march. ] [Dep. Attorney General John DEAN - says permit for march down Pennsylvania Avenue can't be granted. Serious violence likely.] Reinforced police, National Guard, and Federal troops standing by.

McBee, Keith;
Smith, Howard K.

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