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(Studio) Senate Foreign Relations Committee completes public hearings with regard to confirmation for Secretary of State designate Henry Kissinger
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Capitol Hill) Critical witnesses appear before committee [Liberty Lobby Colonel Curtis DALL - against confirmation because Kissinger represents intervention in international situations.] [Lawyers' committee on Vietnam policy Joseph H. CROWN - charges Kissinger has no reverence for United Nations Charter.] [Former AK Senator Ernest GRUENING - criticizes Kissinger's foreign policies in S.E. Asia.] [Black United Front Reverend Douglas MOORE - questions Kissinger's loyalty to Russian Jews over black people in Africa.] [American Arab Federation Dr William SMALL - insists Kissinger should denounce all ties to Israel.] Committee probably to approve overwhelmingly Kissinger as Secretary State early next week
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Kalb, Marvin
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