NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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(Studio) Senator kills by narrow vote amendment revoking busing for desegregation. 20 years ago, Supreme Court issued famous ruling re: segregation. Desegregation now bigger issue in North than South
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Boston, Massachusetts) Demonstrators attempt to reverse busing law. Residents react to busing. Under busing plan, some blacks to be moved from all-black Roxbury to all-white south Boston and vice versa. Governor Francis Sargent proposes voluntary busing plan.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
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