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The Vietnam War | Broadcast Version

Clip: Episode 4 | New York City March, 1967

Clip: Season 1 | 1m 24s

An antiwar activist recalls a large protest march in New York City, where Martin Luther King, Jr., called for an end to the bombing.

Aired: 08/25/17

Rating: NR

Video has closed captioning.

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