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US-USSR Relations / Summit #314145

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 05, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Preparations of networks for coverage of upcoming summit reported; details given, scenes shown of platform building, Commerce Department hall for reporters [United States Information Agency spokesperson Ted BORK - explains hectic activity.] USSR role in public relations noted. [Ex-assistant Secretary of State Hodding CARTER - discusses Russian discovery of publicrels.] [USSR SPOKESPERSON - (thru translator) talks about press questions.] Constant briefings from both sides mentioned. [Assistant Secretary of State Rozanne RIDGWAY - discusses summit.] [CARTER - describes briefings.] Academic viewpoint noted. [Ohio Univ. Prof. John GADDIS - discusses US-USSR relations] Presence of Sovietologists at American Univ., Brookings Institution and arms control association noted. [CARTER - discusses public relations] Portable anchor booth shown.

Schieffer, Bob

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