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Antiwar Protest / Army / North Carolina #442809

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 13, 1969
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(Studio) 1000s march in Fort Dix, New Jersey to protest stockade conditions. Tear gas used. Soldiers recruit civilians to demonstrate with them against war at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Fort Bragg, North Carolina) Antiwar soldiers meet informally. Army wouldn't let them have rally at Fort Bragg. They're seeking rights to give out antiwar literature on post, and hold rallies. March and rally held in Fayetteville. 100 soldiers, not in uniform, and students march.[MAN - yells, "You look like trash."] Rally held in park with speeches by antiwar G.I., ex-Green Beret and ctmartialled Dr. [Pvt. David O'BRIEN - says must work together to avoid future VNs.] [Ex.-Beret Don. DUNCAN - cites courage of those who go to Vietnam and those who won't go.] [WOMAN - asks him if he's Communist or American] [Ex. Army Captain Dr. Howard LEVY - says war will end when US realizes we won't fight.]
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

Reporter(s):
Briggs, Fred;
Brinkley, David
Duration:
00:03:00

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