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Vietnam / Nixon Talk / Poll / Thieu #2838

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 31, 1969
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(Studio) Interest high in President' upcoming Vietnam talk.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Some advisors call for harder line. Say timetable for withdrawal could help enemy. Secretary of State William Rogers urges President to move cautiously. He can't say anything radically different, but critics to renew attacks if he doesn't say something new.
REPORTER: John Scali

(Studio) Gallup Poll shows 58% approve his handling of war. 6% increase since moratorium. South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu urges greater support in war effort from South Vietnam people, because United States pulling out.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Scali, John;
Smith, Howard K.

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