CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 06, 1975
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(Studio) State Department expert on S.E. Asia says survival of Cambodia's government not crucial to United States national security; nevertheless, he urges Congress to approve President' request for additional aid to Cambodia.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(DC) Assistant Secretary of State Philip HABIB - says if there's peaceful settlement, this will be last United States military aid.] [Representative Pierre DuPONT - says this latest request for money doesn't representative light at end of tunnel.] Habib acknowledges administration plans to ask for more nonmil. aid for Cambodia in upcoming fiscal year [HABIB - doesn't think United States should deny aid to Cambodia when country still prepared to resist insurgents.]
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw
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