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Vietnam / Peace Talks / Johnson / Holyoake #439

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 09, 1968
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(Studio) No progress at Paris Peace Talks. North Vietnam negotiator Xuan Thuy says war could be brought to halt before President Johnson left office if bombing North Vietnam stops. Ambassador Averell Harriman sees it as another demand for unconditional end to bombing. President greets New Zealand Premier Keith Holyoake and talks about Vietnam.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) [JOHNSON - says enemy will fail to force political goals by military means. American initiative opened way for aggressor to make peace. Work and pray so end to war will come soon.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Reynolds, Frank

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