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Student Protest / Washington, DC / California / Illinois #451071

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 11, 1970
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(Studio) Anti-war student protest peaked when 100,000 protested in DC; demonstrations continue elsewhere; many schools closed.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Los Angeles, California) California schools reopen today, attendance almost normal; some peaceful protest; USC students can cut classes to protest with impunity; most students continue classes. [STUDENTS - give views on strike; want education; some want to skip finals.]
REPORTER: George Lewis

(Chicago, Illinois) University Chicago reopens; some boycott classes; vote on future action tonight. [STUDENTS - give views; some want strike; others resent it.]
REPORTER: Keith Klein

Huntley, Chet;
Klein, Keith;
Lewis, George

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