NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 1969
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(Studio) Japan P. Min Eisaku Sato comes to United States Monday Students and labor protest trip, and demand Okinawa's return. 5 arrested for planning to hurl bombs at Sato. Strikes called
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(Tokyo, Japan) Massive strikes held. Leftists threaten to block Sato's takeoff. Trouble from US-Japan relations, especially US-Japan Security Treaty. Japan's economy 2nd. United States guarantees of nuclear protection permit Japan to save money from defense expenses. United States has bases on Japanese soil. Presence leads to irritation.
REPORTER: John Rich
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