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Vietnam / Peace Talks / Thieu / Action #198705

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 08, 1968
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(Studio) South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu suggests South Vietnam take over United States role as leader of allies and North Vietnam could include Viet Cong in their delegation. United States studies plan. Senator Mike Mansfield says it would be tail wagging dog. Xuan Thuy insists on separate Viet Cong and North Vietnam groups. Says it's their problem if South Vietnam and United States want to be 1. Rptd. Thieu's plan is propaganda move. B-52s attack enemy staging areas in Tay Ninh province. South Vietnam report 60,000 enemy in area for another offensive.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

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Cronkite, Walter
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