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West Europe / Anti-US / Nuclear Sentiment #519401

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 29, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Incring. anti-US, anti-nuclear atmosphere in West Europe examined. [Bruce KENT - notes cowboy mentality of United States and growth of anti- nuclear forces here.] Issue of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) maneuvers noted. [Institute for Strategic Studies spokesperson Gregory TREVERTON - thinks United States admins. contribute to international paranoia.] Strong disarmament sentiment in England's Labour party, as expressed by Michael Foote, as well on the left cited. [FOOTE - comments.] [Leftist Tony BEND - considers United States security damaged by President Reagan's policy.] Basis of European concern over issue explained.
REPORTER: James Compton

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Compton, James
Duration:
00:02:20

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