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Vietnam Veterans' Dilemma, Part 5 #228024

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 10, 1973
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(Studio) Veterans Administration has generation gap with many young vets.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Most vets. are soldiers from wars other than Vietnam. [Jim DUGGAN - says VA making special efforts to reach Vietnam vets.] [Larry BLUE - says VA benefits like Cadillac with no motor.] Experimental vets.' service center in Illinois employs Vietnam vets. in 2 offices in order to deal more effectively with Vietnam vets. [East Saint Louis office spokesperson Curtis THOMAS - says using Vietnam vets. as VA representatives makes communications easier with young vets.] Agency goes out and looks for Vietnam vets. Helps them find jobs, helps them with drug problems, etc.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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