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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control #306113

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 29, 1985
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(Studio) Tass criticism of Reagan administration's position on arms control outlined, quoted.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Moscow, USSR ) Eduard Shevardnadze's United States visit thought first stage of arms control and propaganda offensive by USSR ; latest Soviet arms control proposal reviewed, discussed. Apparent relationship between timing of proposal and Mikhail Gorbachev's upcoming Paris summit with President Francois Mitterrand considered; Gorbachev and wife Raisa's expected public relations success, reminiscent of their visit to Great Britain and Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's praise last year, cited. Thrust of new Soviet public relations campaign aimed at United States and arms control described.
REPORTER: Mark Phillips

Phillips, Mark;
Spencer, Susan

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