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Radio Newscast 6-9-72: Vietnam War, Kissinger in Japan, Democratic Presidential Primary

Newscast on WOR radio, New York City, June 6, 1972. Vietnam War news. Henry Kissinger in Japan, in part to reassure Japanese about Nixon's new relationship with mainland China. Sniper arrested in New York. New York City labor dispute in fire dept. Firefighter injuries in fires in NY. Commercial. Edmund Muskie, former candidate for President in Democratic primary concedes George McGovern will likely win the nomination; but Muskie refuses to release his delegates. (Audio of Muskie.) VP Spiro Agnew attacks Democrats' tax proposals and pokes fun at Democratic primary candidates. (Audio of Agnew.) Tax hike extensions in New York City. Change in New York City primary system for mayor. Thieves arrested. Payroll robbery. Diplomats sentenced for drug smuggling.
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