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Nixon China Visit/Chou; China Changes #462574

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 22, 1972
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(Peking, China) President Nixon meets again with Premier Chou in Great Hall of the People. Air of cordiality surprises some reporters
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Peking, China) Chinese officials working with American party are more relaxed and confident than when they met 1st Americans last spring. Reporters kept at distance from Premier Chou at ping pong tournament then, but he posed last night for newsmen. Most anti-US posters have been removed. China's biggest change has been in relation to world: entrance to UN; recognition by more ntns. Internal struggle has taken place: Defense Min. Lin Piao has disappeared, with other military leaders
REPORTER: John Rich

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Rich, John
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00:02:10

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