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Anti-Ballistic Missile System Debate / News Conference / USSR #4188

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 12, 1969
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(Studio) President Nixon to confer with Defense Secretary Melvin Laird and Congress advisors about anti-ballistic missile before making decision on Friday
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Nixon has 4 alts.: full deployment, "thin" deployment, delayed deployment, and defer question for study.

(Studio) Nixon news conference broadcast live at noon Friday Soviet newspaper, "Izvestia", condemns anti-ballistic missile as burden to American taxpayer. Says United States and USSR power balance makes weapon reduction feasible.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Gill, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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