ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 01, 1969
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(Studio) State of siege doesn't end violence. Work stops. Police surround New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller when he meets with military head, Juan Carlos Ongania at the Casa Rosada.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Leading labor leader Augusto Vandor, shot and killed. Recently backed general strike, but refused to join Tuesday strike. Leftists merge anti-government and anti-American feelings. Did Rockefeller choose worst time to come?
REPORTER: Charles Murphy
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