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Campaign `72 / Agnew; Shriver #461681

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 03, 1972
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(Studio) Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Sargent Shriver calls South Vietnam President Thieu a stumbling block to peace. Vice President Agnew says McGovern is out of issues as Vietnam war is almost over and economy booming.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cheyenne, Wyoming) Group of hecklers blow whistles at Agnew. [AGNEW - charges McGovern with jeopardizing Vietnam peace negotiations.] (Denver, Colorado) [AGNEW - says most American citizens are tired of unmannerly interference with political processes.]
REPORTER: Tom Pettit

(Huntington, West Virginia) [SHRIVER - calls it regrettable that South Vietnam President Thieu has veto power over American foreign policy.]
REPORTER: Ron Nessen

Chancellor, John;
Nessen, Ron;
Pettit, Tom

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