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Washington, DC / World War II Memorial #397631

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 14, 2001
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Washington: Eric Engberg) The controversy over building a long-awaited World War II memorial on the mall in Washington, DC, featured; scenes and animations shown from the planned site; details given of the opposition to the mall site. [National Coalition to Save Our Mall Judy FELDMAN - explains the opposition to the monument, which would destroy the mall.] The opposition to the mall plan from the "Los Angeles Times" and the "New York Times" detailed. [World War II Memorial Mike CONLEY - defends the importance of World War II.] [Senator Tim HUTCHINSON - says it is time to start construction.]

Engberg, Eric;
Mitchell, Russ

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