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KPFA News: Richard Nixon sending Henry Kissinger to Hanoi; Battlefield reports from Saigon; Duong Van Minh calls for truce; Les Whitten, Hank Adams, Anita Collins, and Daniel Pidegon arrested for possession of documents stolen from the Bureau of Indian Affairs; Impact of President Nixon's budget cuts on Milwaukee and San Francisco; 200 people picket at the world headquarters of Bank of America after the bank says the will no longer pay for women's taxi fare (01/31/1973). KPFA News broadcast includes news on Watergate and Henry Kissinger's trip to Hanoi (02/01/1973). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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