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Vietnam / Lull / Moratorium / Soldiers' Reactions #442823

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 14, 1969
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(Studio) Lull conts. A lot of soldiers opposed.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(South Vietnam) [SOLDIER - says it hurts morale.] [2nd SOLDIER - says everyone wants to go home.] [3rd SOLDIER - says enemy will resist more.] [4th SOLDIER - says not enough time to think of protests.] [5th SOLDIER - calls it useless cause.] [6th SOLDIER - says mostly hippies that haven't been in war.] [7th SOLDIER - calls protests good because Vietnam people don't want us here.] [8th SOLDIER - says make enemy think they're winning.] [9th SOLDIER - says protests only way for young to represent selves.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Brinkley, David

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