NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 30, 1972
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(Studio) AFL-CIO leaders and League of Women Voters argue before Senate committee that people opposed to busing would support it if high quality integrated education could be achieved. In Arlington, Virginia, black educators and Civil Rights leaders meet.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Arlington, Virginia) [Representative Louis STOKES - says education more important than transportation.] [Psychologist, Dr. Kenneth CLARK - says racially segregated schools are inferior.]
REPORTER: Ron Nessen
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