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Campaign `72 / Republican Convention Demonstrations #465750

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 22, 1972
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(Studio) There are 4000 young nondelegates in Miami Beach. Several hundred of them, include SDS, demonstrate at hotel where brunch given for Mrs. Nixon, and at convention center 200 arrested.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Miami Beach, Florida) Youth for Nixon members cheer at luncheon site. Demonstrators and police arrive. Protesters then go to Convention Hall. Police clear street without serious incident. Most protesters arrested were Zippies, who are mistrusted by manY other demonstrators. Police says some of same group broke bank windows, harassed delegates.
REPORTER: Ann Medina

(Studio) During Democratic Convention there were only 2 arrests made.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Medina, Ann

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