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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Findings of "Los Angeles Times" poll on question of should United States go to war with Iraq outlined on screen. Report introduced.
(Studio: Ann Curry) Growth of American peace movement featured; scenes shown of march in New York City on October 20. [Vietnam war protester Daniel ELLSBERG - says he sees country moving toward a war it could avoid.] Taping of anti-war ad with Vietnam war hero Ron Kovic shown. Peace groups' opposition to what they see as President Bush's inflammatory rhetoric noted. [College senior Mark LARSON - comments.] [At Bucknell University two STUDENTS - say they don't want war.] Organization of the military's families network to lobby Congress against the war cited. [Members Bob and Ellie BELL - comment.] National Council of Churches and head of Roman Catholic bishops said opposing presence of United States troops in Persian Gulf. Americans' position on war in the gulf discussed.
- Curry, Ann;
- Utley, Garrick
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