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Shake-Up / US-China, P.R. / USSR / Kissinger #480648

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 05, 1975
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(Studio) Ford's planned trip to People's Republic of China, cut from 6 to 4 days due to detente differences.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tokyo, Japan) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger lectured to during his visit to People's Republic of China, about evils of detente. People's Republic of China, hates USSR and wants to see USSR isolated. People's Republic of China, thinks United States weaker now than 2 years ago.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Studio) Admin. shake-up may affect United States relations with USSR and People's Republic of China Schlesinger was fired; he expressed doubts about detente. John Chancellor talks to reporter via screen.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Studio) People's Republic of China, delays announcement of Ford's trip. May be retaliating for Ford's shortened stay. Chinese may be studying effects of shake-up. USSR not unhappy about Schlesinger firing but doesn't foresee any policy changes.
REPORTER: John Chancellor; Richard Valeriani

(Studio) White House denies Kissinger will be replaced by Elliot Richardson.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Oliver, Don;
Valeriani, Richard
Duration:
00:03:20

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