ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 24, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Tashkent, USSR : Richard Threlkeld) Limitations placed on Soviet citizens for acquiring accurate information on United States examined; government's interpretation of American Revolution cited as example [Sovietologist Peter REDDAWAY - discusses Soviet system's effort to combat public attitudes varying from official line.] Comments of several workers translated; Russian passion for American culture discussed. [Stanford Univ. spokesperson Gail LAPIDUS - describes Soviet perception of United States society.] [STUDENTS - praise their security, lack of hunger, malnutrition as evidenced in rest of world; Star Wars mentioned.]
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