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Soviet Jews / US #239021

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 1975
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(Studio) In 1969, Soviet Jews began immigrating to United States in large numbers
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) As result of detente, there's steady stream of Soviet Jews into US. Few prepared for life in US; many run into massive case of culture shock. Biggest stumbling block of all is language. Even if Soviet Jews speak English, professionals have trouble getting reestablished. [Soviet JEW - says with all the problems, she wouldn't go back to USSR .] [Soviet emigre Yuri BROKHIN - says he doesn't want Soviet Jews to be caught in pol. show by United States or USSR .] [Soviet emigre Efim BROOK - says coming to US impt. because it opens door from USSR .] For 1st time, Soviet Jews able to decide what kind of Jew they want to be.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Mudd, Roger;
Young, Steve

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