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Iraq / The Homefront #764963

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 09, 2004
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The "New York Times" printing of the photos of almost all of the 1,000 US soldiers killed in Iraq noted & shown.

(New York: Ron Allen) The common grief but different viewpoints of families who have lost loved ones in Iraq featured; footage shown of a military van set ablaze by a man who was told his son was killed; details given of the belief that opposition to this war is greater than the resistance to the Vietnam war. [Mothers Yolanda CUMMING, Linda UNGER†- offer differing views on the war.] [University of Maryland professor Mady Wechsler SEGAL†- notes the lack of support for the war from family members.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Allen, Ron
Duration:
00:02:30

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