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Vietnam Reviewed (Part IV) #303289

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 28, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(NYC) South Vietnam's mild death toll during war noted; problems facing Vietnamese vets. in postwar readjustment featured. [Vietnamese vets. Hieu NGUYEN, Bac HA - cite United States society's blindness to them, psychological pain they endure.] Est. number South Vietnam vets. in United States as refugees and programs provided American vets. but not them considered. [State Department spokesperson Frank SIEVERS - doesn't think Vietnamese vets.' problems are any worse than those of Vietnamese in general] [Dr. The Van NGUYEN - disagrees; explains.] [Vietnam veteran Twan DU - is ashamed to have to accept welfare to survive; defs. fighting for South Vietnam; remarks transcribed on screen.] [Association of Vietnamese Doctors spokesperson Dr. Quynh KIEU - resents US media's portrayal of South Vietnam troops.] [Bac HA - defs. courage, commitment of South Vietnam troops.]
REPORTER: Joan Snyder

Snyder, Joan;
Spencer, Susan

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