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China, P.R. / Politics / Teng Ouster #488160

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 07, 1976
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(Studio) Acting premier Hua Kuo-feng named premier and 1st vice-chairperson He's heir apparent to Mao Tse-tung. 1st vice-prem. Teng Hsiao-ping kicked out of all government and party posts.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(People's Republic of China) Photos of China shown. Monday rioting triggered government's action. Tien An Men Sq., where violence occurred, is cordoned off by troops.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds (narrates)

(Studio) CIA Director George Bush says shakeup won't affect US-Chinese relations Ex-hd. of United States mission to China says Chinese internal problems should stabilize.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Reynolds, Jack

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