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Commentary (Paris Peace Talks) #830

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 1968
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(Studio) Guest commentator, David Schoenbruen, appraises talks.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No Location Given) Marshal Ky heads Saigon delegation. President-elect Nixon considers Henry Cabot Lodge as his representative at talks. Natl. Liberation Front (NLF) enters picture. Background of personalities given. Continuing war, not peace, said in picture. Hopeful formula outlined: update. Geneva peace agreements of 1954; ceasefire; withdrawal of United States and North Vietnam troops; then South Vietnam elections. Saigon opposed; wants United States troop protection. Is United States captive to Saigon? Washington, DC must determine what it wants by way of peace.
REPORTER: David Schoenbrun

Reporter(s):
Reynolds, Frank;
Schoenbrun, David
Duration:
00:02:10

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