NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 18, 1975
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(Studio) This afternoon White House says South Vietnam situation proves need for Congress to approve $300 million for Saigon. Press Secretary Ron Nessen says South Vietnam lack guaranteed fuel and supplies, so they've fallen back. Senator reacts.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) Senator more concerned about passing tax cuts than falling dominoes in Asia. Ford finds little support for position that United States security tied to some Asian cntrys. [Senator John TOWER - believes in domino theory.] [Senator Frank CHURCH - says arguments contrived in Cambodia, South Vietnam, Thailand; US security not at stake in S.E. Asia.]
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin
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