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International Money Crisis / Heller #198596

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 27, 1968
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(Studio) International monetary crisis raises questions with regard to international money system. Dr. Walter Heller interviewed with regard to what causes such crises. [HELLER - explains why currency gets out of whack. Cites France and West Germany as examples of different approaches. Speculators make things worse. Labor union role noted.] Why not take national approach? [HELLER - West Germany cited as good example. No longer live in world of one's own. Fact of intl. life cited. Must improve adjustment.] Johnson attitude toward De Gaulle questioned. [HELLER - explains recent Bonn meeting Praises Johnson attitude with regard to De Gaulle. Notes Nixon administration] Heller in Seattle, WA; spoke from KIRO-TV.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter
Duration:
00:06:00

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