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Campus Unrest / Berkeley / Meeting #445728

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 22, 1969
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(Studio) Teachers from University California at Berkeley meet with Governor Ronald Reagan.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Sacramento, California) Profs. protest National Guard on campus and use of copters with tear gas. 200 teachers refuse to teach if Guard and police not removed. [REAGAN - asks if rioters will give up Hitler-like tactics if they're moved.] [Prof. Gwen CHAMBERLAIN - says revolutionaries small group. Mil. interference not necessary.] [REAGAN - says teachers should say they don't condone disorders.] [Prof. Leon WOFSY - cites major students against violence. Chancellors stop negotiations with students for fear of Reagan firing them.] [REAGAN - calls Wofsy liar. Denies putting political into regent's mtgs.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Berkeley, California) 200-500 students arrested for refusing to disperse.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Huntley, Chet;
Oliver, Don

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