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Peace Talks / Vance / Lam / Delays #442719

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 07, 1969
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(Studio) Ambassador Cyrus Vance, deputy American negotiator at Paris peace Talks, regrets North Vietnam attitude. Tran Van Lam, South Vietnam negotiator, brings up issue about control of Laos neutrality and Cambodia's borders. Lam said they must be part of war settlement. South Vietnam endorse breaking talks in 3 parts; 2 in Saigon, and 1 in Paris. President Johnson calls such arguments "dilly dallying". Chicago "Sun-Times" cartoonist Bill Mauldin Vietnam war work noted. Drew WWII as well as Winston Churchill said it.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

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Huntley, Chet

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