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China. P.R. / Agnew / Peking University #457177

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 19, 1971
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(Studio) Vice President Agnew rptdly. expressed doubts about easing relations with China, (People's Republic); "Los Angeles Times" reports Agnew argued against new policy at National Security Council meeting.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Peking, China (People's Republic)) Reporter granted rare visit to Peking University; University resumed 6 mos. ago; 2,800 students 1st to be admitted since cultural revolution; emphasis on practical education and thoughts of Mao Tse Tung; students must return to job, farm or military after graduation to teach others. [Prof. CHIEN Wei-Chang - thinks relations will improve with US.] Students shown marching to classes.

Chancellor, John;
Rich, John

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