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Memories of Cold War Bomb Shelters

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Memories of Cold War Bomb Shelters

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Memories of Cold War Bomb Shelters

Memories of Cold War Bomb Shelters

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Forty years ago, President Kennedy urged Americans to prepare for a possible nuclear war. Today, Americans prepare for possible terrorist attacks. Independent producer Marissa LaMagna captures recollections of four people whose families built bomb shelters a generation ago. Hear Ann Hutter, Larry Hutter, Becky Pruett and Kathy Hornbeak.

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