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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) Renewal of Japan's bashing of the United States in a statement by Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa that Americans are losing their work ethic featured; scenes shown. [President BUSH - responds to Miyazawa's explanation.] Series of incidents since Bush's visit to Japan reviewed; scenes shown of Americans sledgehammering a car. [International business consultant Thomas ZENGAGE - says there is some truth in what Japan says.] [International business consultant Yukio OKAMOTO - comments.]
(Los Angeles: Richard Roth) Racial intolerance growing out the changing attitude in US-Japan relations featured; scenes shown San Francisco school where Japanese-American youngsters reflected on the rhetoric and of a Japanese-American community center in Norwalk, California, that was vandalized on November 7. [Two Japanese-American STUDENTS, Japanese-American Citizens League Jimmy TOKESHI, Los Angeles human relations commission Ron WAKABAYASHI - comment.] Film of World War II internment of Japanese-Americans shown.
- Rather, Dan;
- Roth, Richard;
- Whitaker, Bill
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