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Supreme Court / Freedom of Speech / Flag Burning #327634

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 25, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Results of "Newsweek" poll on public reaction to Supreme Court decision that burning flag is lawful act reported Report introduced.

(DC: Ron Allen) Issue of Constitutional amendment to reverse Supreme Court decision on flag burning featured. [On CNN's "Newsmaker Sunday", Senators Alan DIXON, Paul SIMON - criticize court's decision.] Concern over tampering with first amendment noted. [Representative Thomas FOLEY - says great care and concern must be used.] [On "Face the Nation", Harvard law school Laurence TRIBE - says court must resist whims of public passion.]

Allen, Ron;
Chung, Connie

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