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Moratorium Reaction / Nixon / Washington, DC March / Mit #443550

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1969
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(Studio) Moratorium workers feel speech disappointing and out of touch with American maj. Nixon talked to "them."
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) [President NIXON - says policy of nation can't be dictated by minority who say "lose the war; bring boys home."] [Moratorium Committee Sam BROWN - says now many committed to peace cause due to Nixon speech.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(DC) November 15 march planned for DC. Dep. Attorney General Richard Kleindienst says no permits to be issued. Peace group Attorney says administration doing exactly what Mayor Richard Daley did in Chicago.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

(Cambridge, Massachusetts) Massachusetts Institute of Technology students protest war and University's Defense Department research. November Action Coalition led group. Group heads for President' office. Police and teachers guard building [MIT Provost and Former Advisor to Kennedy, Jerome WIESNER - debates with demonstrators on what they're doing.]
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

Brelis, Dean;
Brinkley, David;
Stern, Carl

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