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Segment 3 (Talk With Henry Kissinger) #491032

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1977
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger is now consultant for NBC and Segment 3 is interview with him.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(No location given) [KISSINGER - talks about having been Secretary of State, feelings about taking job again, possibility of his being middle man in any negotiations now or in future. Says he'd consider helping if president or Secretary of State asked him, but generally believes negotiations should be done by those whose regular job it is.] Anchor notes growth of Communist party in Italy and France, as well as in other west European cntries.; asks if it concerns Kissinger. [KISSINGER - is concerned. Notes it's curious phenomenon, because eastern Europe govts. are there for west Communists to see, and with

Chancellor, John

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