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Focus (Gap On The Gulf) #573095

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 08, 1990
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Protests across the nation against possible war in the Persian Gulf reported; scenes shown from demonstration in Chicago, Illinois. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Lagattuta) Gender gap on whether United States should go to war examined; scenes shown of women in anti-war protests. [Susan MUNISOGLU - hopes for peaceful solution.] [Pollster Louis HARRIS - compares attitudes of men and women to fighting.] [University of California, Berkeley, professor Ruth ROSEN - explains women's motivations for anti-war stances.] [NOW President Molly YARD - asks why we are in Saudi Arabia defending a sexist regime.] [In Springfield, Massachusetts, Diane TUCKER - defends challenging a lunatic.] [HARRIS, ROSEN, MUNISOGLU - comment further.] Presence of United States women in military in Gulf noted. Poll said finding many women have switched parties due to President Bush's Gulf policies.

Lagattuta, Bill;
Utley, Garrick

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