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Commentary (Foreign Aid Cuts Proposal) #54397

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 21, 1978
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(Studio) Recent comments on cuts that could be made to meet movement begun by Jarvis-Gann tax revolt proposal recalled. Comment is on need to refrain from cutting foreign aid, as has been proposed by Congress Suggestions for portions of gross national product to be given in foreign aid each year, by Walter Reuther and by UN, stated. Econs. involved in continuing foreign aid to poor ntns. outlined and benefits for United States examined; cases of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan given as exs. "Time" magazine suggestions for such developments in poor ntns. noted.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

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Smith, Howard K.
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00:01:50

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