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Vietnam Protests / Chicago / San Francisco / New York City / Washington, DC / Berkeley #9963

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 15, 1970
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(Studio) Anti-war protests rock IRS (Internal Revenue Service) day in major cities; NYC, San Francisco, Chicago hit.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Chicago, Illinois) [Tom O'GRADY - says is protesting 69% of economy used for war.] 5,000 protest taxes for war use; mixed crowd demonstrates peacefully.
REPORTER: Kenneth Gale

(San Francisco, California) World War II vets send medals to Nixon in Vietnam-war protest; 20,000 hear rock music and speeches at Civic Center demonstration.
REPORTER: Van Amburg

(NYC) 40,000 hear speeches urging tax withholding as Vietnam war protest; some fist-fights occur; New York City Mayor John Lindsay cancels speech to work on city budget.

(Studio) Washington, DC IRS (Internal Revenue Service) Hdqtrs guarded; 200 protest there; march on Capitol starts at dusk. Berkeley, California anti-Reserve Officers' Training Corps protest causes student-police violence.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Amburg, Van;
Baker, Don;
Gale, Kenneth;
Smith, Howard K.

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