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Fourth of July / Views of America: Home and Abroad #582002

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 04, 1991
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Fourth of July scenes shown from Highland, IN, and Marshfield, Missouri.

(New York: Stephen Frazier) The American view of America today featured; scenes shown from Chicago, Washington, DC, Bakersfield, California, Bristol, Rhode Island, Columbus, Ohio. [Eight PEOPLE; in Bakersfield, Jim AKINS - give their views about America.]

(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Dennis Murphy) The world's view of America featured; scenes shown from London. [Member of Parliament Robert HAYWARD - says the Persian Gulf war has changed perception of US.] [In Albania, Secretary of State James BAKER - says "freedom works."] [In Moscow, Soviet analyst Andrei KORTUNOV; in Israel, WOMAN - comment on US.] Japan's view of United States noted.

(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Kuwait and a Japanese company noted donating money for parade funds for Philadelphia and Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Frazier, Stephen;
Murphy, Dennis;
Williams, Mary Alice

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