July 12, 1971 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE 810681
THE SEVEN-POINT PROPOSAL
Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, over
the past 10 days I have had a chance to
study in detail the proposals made by
Madame Binh, the chairman of the delegation
of the National Liberation Front,
which evidently have the full support of
Xuan Thuy, the chairman of ~he North
Vietnamese delegation. These pro)X>sals
have been made with the obvious approval
and, perhaps, at the instigation of
Le Due Tho, a member of the ruling
committee in Hanoi who has returned to
Parts after a 14-month absence.
Mr. President, I ask unanimous con-
. sent that the seven-point proposal as
outlined in brief in the UPI dispatch
dated July 1, 1971, be printed in the
The PRESIDING OFFICER
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