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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 15, 1984
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(Studio) Possible thaw in US-USSR relations considered feasible basis for Soviet silence on return of Joseph Stalin's daughter Svetlana Alliluyeva to Moscow.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Moscow, USSR ) Alliluyeva's confrontation with West press here today shown, implications discussed. [ALLILUYEVA - considers reporters savages; shouts obscenities.] United States embassy here noted seeking information on Alliluyeva's daughter Olga, an American citizen, on behalf of her father. [ALLILUYEVA - explains refusing to talk with press; notes she isn't the one to decide if press conf. will ever occur.] Propaganda windfall for USSR from her return considered.
REPORTER: Mark Phillips

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:01:50

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