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Rhodesia / Settlement Talks Breakdown #256355

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 1978
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(Studio) Breakdown in talks with regard to major rule in Rhodesia, over issue of safeguarding white minority in cntry., reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Salisbury, Rhodesia) Details given with regard to proposed settlements and breakdown in talks when Bishop Abel Muzorewa backed down. [Reverend Ndabaningi SITHOLE - thinks Muzorewa thinks only of self, not of settlement that must be reached. Says African people have virtually deserted Muzorewa, and that people not interested in leader as person, but in leader's being able to deliver settlement. Says settlement can be sold without Muzorewa, without Sithole, as long as it's valid settlement.] Prime Min. Ian Smith mentioned.
REPORTER: Robin Wright

Cronkite, Walter;
Wright, Robin

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