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KPFA News: Delinquencies, draft exemptions and anti-war protestors during Vietnam: Divinity student, Ersterich, is one example of a draft exemptee who was labeled delinquent by the draft board and took his case to the Supreme Court. CIA and FBI leads to remain - Nixon. U.S. releases 7 North Vietnamese seamen. B52 bombings; light fighting. President Thieu speaks at ‚World Anti-Communist League.‚ International Conference on Vietnam asks foreign doctors to get out of Vietnam. France: University rectors given power to punish students -- to curb new student protests. ‚Observer‚ article on Jordanian peace plan -- contested by King Hussain. Sinai guerillas. Brazil: name of arrested ‚kept confidential.‚ William Winter comments on unrest. Another segment of KPFA news: Italia students sit-ins in many cities; Guyana elections; Israel sent rockets and napalm to a Jordanian village; NLF attack U.S. forces near Saigon; General Abrams‚Äôs Christmas message to the US forces in Vietnam; Paris talks -- on Clark Clifford‚Äôs Sunday press conference comments by Saigon delegates. (12/27/68) Capitol News Summary - along detailed background report on Moynihan. LBJ press conference. (12/28 and 12/29/68) KPFA News, British comments, Swedish Press Review, Walter Rostow ‚Face the Nation.‚ (12/27/68) NET - Washington Week in Review. KQED Newsroom; Year-End review. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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