NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 29, 1973
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(Studio) Irishman Michael Cullen has lived most of life in America. Cullen and family to be deported back to Ireland soon.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Milwaukee, WI) 5 years ago, Cullen along with other priests burned draft files for deep moral reasons. Cullen admits actions taken to protest unjust Vietnam war. Cullen responsible for many social and economic aid projects in neighborhood. Cullen not embittered by deportation. [CULLEN - believes his philosophy of nonviolence has made him a pioneer in world change.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
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