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Four Americans were visiting Hanoi when the US began the heaviest bombing raids in the history of warfare in December, 1972. The four Americans were Telford Taylor, Professor of Law at Columbia University and Chief U.S. Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials; Joan Baez, folksinger and pacifist; Barry Romo, Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW); and Michael Allen, Associate Dean of Yale Divinity School. This press conference, held at the Committee of Liaison in New York City on January 1, 1973, includes interviews with Baez, Romo and two POW parents. The program was produced by Bruce Soloway for WBAI.

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