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Africa / Young / Mondale / Vorster #48650

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 19, 1977
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(Studio) United Nations ambassador Andrew Young tells Rhodesia blacks that economy boycotts will do as much to overthrow white government as guerrilla war. Young speaks in Mozambique to conference of black African leaders
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Maputo, Mozambique) Young puts aside prepared speech to appeal to audience to give new United States administration chance to work for peaceful change. [YOUNG - says peaceful change through pressure should be used when at all possible.] There's mixed reaction; militants say it's not enough. [Rhodesia ntlist. leader Robert MUGABE - says they've tried Young's methods and Britain colonialists still refuse to give blacks rights.] Even militants realize Young's words have had effect.
REPORTER: Lou Cioffi

(Studio) In Vienna, Austria, Vice President Mondale and South Africa Prime Min. John Vorster meet in hall where Prince Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar von Metternich reshaped Europe after Napoleonic wars. No word with regard to meeting is given; news conferences to be held Friday
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Cioffi, Lou;
Reasoner, Harry

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