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Paris Summit #300474

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 02, 1985
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(Studio) Soviet media campaign promoting Mikhail Gorbachev during Paris summit discussed; scenes from USSR videotape shown. Viewing audience here for Gorbachev speech last night compared with that for Simone Signoret movie. Arrival of Gorbachev and wife Raisa and media interest here examined. [Dior designer Marc BOHAN - describes Raisa Gorbachev's stylishness.] Traditional Soviet leader's wife said illustrated by Nina Khrushchev; historical footage shown. Significance of Mrs. Gorbachev's schedule during last year's London visit and current stay in Paris considered. [French "Vogue" spokesperson Martine CASTALOUB - praises Raisa Gorbachev's sense of style, while acknowledging it's not her own.] French press's praise of her rather than comparison to Danielle Mitterrand mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan

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