ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 1972
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(Studio) "People's Daily" in Peking, China, engages in self-criticism. Says Chairperson Mao questioned if people were reading long articles. Says henceforth articles will be short, pithy, readable.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Canton, China) Irrigation stays effects of severe drought. Rice crop flourishes in commune farm. Commune is self-sufficient: makes own farm machinery. Av. worker earns $90 a year but they have a great deal more than they had before the revolution.
REPORTER: Howard Tuckner
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