Unemployment; My Lai trials; Vietnam; East Pakistan civil war; welfare reform; Federal Court rulings; Chicago mayoral election; Angela Davis; Louis Armstrong ill; Truman portrait by Thomas Hart Benton.

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Reuven Frank

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Thomas Hart Benton ... Self
David Brinkley ... Self - Anchor
John Chancellor ... Self - Anchor
John Dancy John Dancy ... Self - Correspondent
Alan Hart Alan Hart ... Self - Correspondent
George Lewis George Lewis ... Self - Correspondent
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Unemployment 6%; Army defends William Calley, Col. Oran Henderson pre-trial; South Vietnam overrun by the North; Nixon & Reagan discuss welfare; Angela Davis nominated to be President of Alumni Association at Brandeis University; American Pharmaceutical Association urging member drug stores to stop selling tobacco products; 5 workers killed, 7 injured in Berwick, ME, by sulfuric acid fumes while mixing tanning solution; 81 year old Thomas Hart Benton doing portrait of 87 year old former President Harry Truman is interviewed by John Dancy. Benton mentions he started to do portrait of him in 1962, people wanted Truman to be shown as he was 20 years ago, so he quit. Now, after recalling earlier attempt with Truman recently, has begun again. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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2 April 1971 (USA) See more »

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USA

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NBC News See more »
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