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United Nations / Chinas Debate #454316

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 18, 1971
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(Studio) United Nations debates admission of People's Republic of China Albania speaks for People's Republic of China
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) [Albania For. Min. Nesti NASE - says question concerns direct representative of state already mbr.; can be settled by vote.] [US ambassador George H. BUSH - says no one expelled in UN's history; notes China has no charter violations; points out some say China should be expelled because others question its legitimacy.] Resolution calls for 2/3 vote to settle issue. Voting may begin this wkend.
REPORTER: Pauline Frederick

(Taipei, China) Chiang Kai-shek rarely appears in public. Army shown. Ldrs. in Taipei and Peking, China, want China united. If Taiwan, China, expelled, issue may be settled between 2 cntrys.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

Brady, Phil;
Chancellor, John;
Frederick, Pauline

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