NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 07, 1975
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(Studio) White House reveals telephone calls and letters running 10 to 1 against more US military aid for Cambodia. President Ford indicates privately that chances for Cambodian peace settlement greater if President Lon Nol resIgns. Congress belief growing that more military aid won't help Cambodia.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Capitol Hill) [Representative Lee Herbert HAMILTON - says Congress tired of being told more money will resolve Cambodian issue. There's no military solution to Cambodian or South Vietnam situation.] [Representative Pierre dupONT - doesn't see how US mil. aid can restore Cambodian military equilibrium.] [Senator Frank CHURCH - thinks now is time to stop further military aid.]
REPORTER: No reporter given
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