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Person of The Week (Jon. Feldstein) #114628

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 25, 1988
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) USSR 's openness policy and its impact on human rights in USSR noted; Armenian protests recalled. Plight of Soviet Jews in USSR noted. [Jonathan FELDSTEIN - says he was constant flame flickering underneath.] Feldstein's efforts on behalf of Stein family in USSR explained; Feldstein's telephone call played. Feldstein's efforts to mobilize Emory Univ. to aid in Kate Stein's emigration detailed. [Emory Univ. Dr. David BLUMENTHAL - talks about "adopting" student by admitting Stein daughter to Emory.] [STEIN - says happy to be in US; explains using American- style name of Kate.] Stein family reported refused right to emigrate until time of Washington, DC summit. [FELDSTEIN - talks about visit to Moscow.] [STEIN - says she wants to be doctor] Scenes shown of Kate Stein at university [STEIN - talks about expectations of freedom.] [FELDSTEIN - talks about his experiences with Stein family.]

Reporter(s):
Koppel, Ted
Duration:
00:05:00

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