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South Vietnam #17226

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 23, 1971
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(Studio) Hamlet evaluation system indicates South Vietnam has lost loyalty of several villages; believed due to concentration on President Nguyen Van Thieu's reelection by local officials.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Hoa Phat, South Vietnam) United States aid money used to create mktplace. in Hoa Phat; US financing 6,000 village self-development projects at cost of $2 1/4 million; classrooms being built in village; film shows United States GIs rebuilding bridge; Vietnam people avoid commitment, regard government as burden.
REPORTER: Irv. Chapman

(Studio) Senator George S. McGovern charges President Thieu government engineered bombing of Saigon, South Vietnam, church he visited last week
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Chapman, Irv.;
Reasoner, Harry

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