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Student War Protests #463684

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1972
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(Studio) Students protest renewed United States bombing of North Vietnam. Small turnouts and lack of violence noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(College park, MD) Violence earlier this week at University of Maryland resulted in presence of National Guard, but only a few hundred of 30,000 students involved. Several arrested last night for violating curfew.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham

(DC) At George Washington University, planned student strike fails to materialize, but a few students march to Capitol.

(Carbondale, Illinois) South Illinois University students go to class despite approval of class boycott by student senate Disruption in 1970 recalled. [Students cite reason for lack of enthusiasm for demonstrations.]

Chancellor, John;
Graham, Gordon;
Kay, Dick

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