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Nightline: A National Town Meeting: Pearl Harbor +50 #646928

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 06, 1991

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  • Live discussion from Tokyo (Japan) re: US-Japan relations with Ted Koppel (ABC), Japan economic federation minister Kazuo Nukazawa, Japan Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Koji Watanabe, and Japan parliament member Wakako Hironaka, and the participation via satellite from Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Seattle (WA), Houston (Texas), Cleveland (Ohio, and Boston (Massachusetts) of Reverend Samuel McKinney, Professor Haunani-Kay Trask, Assistant US Attorney Joe Porto, Ohio United Steelworkers Director Frank Valenta, high school student Courtnee Chun, librarian James Hooper, Charles Morrison of the East-West Center, software marketer Kent McFall, economist David Ramsour, Tweeter Etc. CEO Sandy Bloomberg, Honda plant manager Ed Buker, high school student Christina Harding, Karin Nussbaum of Nine to Five, teacher Carol Coe, Professor Don Hellman, Ford dealer Ed Mullinax, Tom McIntyre of the Boston bricklayers union, and Professor Kazuo Takahashi.
  • Taped comments by unidentified US citizens re: US-Japan relations.

  • Duration:
    01:30:00

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