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Eye On America (Japanese View of The US) #336161

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) The Japanese view of America examined; details given of the growing disillusionment, and even hatred, in Japan for the US. [American lover L.T. OGATA - comments.] [Diet member Shintaro ISHIHARA - (thru translator) says United States is a suffering giant.] [Ashisuto Computer Software Bill TOTTEN, journalist Tetsuya CHIKUSHI - talk about the conditions in America.] The transformation of Japan since World War II and its view of decline of America noted. [Young JAPANESE - (thru translator) says America is declining.] Elements of Japan's love-hate relationship with the United States reviewed; scenes shown of nostalgic Americana in Tokyo. [Journalist Kenichi TAKEMURA, OGATA - comment.]

Chung, Connie;
Whitaker, Bill

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