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US-USSR Relations / Summit #314187

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 08, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Moscow, USSR : Mark Phillips) Scenes shown of USSR school children discussing US-USSR summit. [CHILDREN - name United States and USSR leaders] [BOY - (thru translator) praises President Reagan.] [GIRL - maintains optimism regarding summit.] Econ. reform in USSR discussed.

(Brattleboro, VT: Bob Schieffer) Scenes shown of Brattleboro, VT, school children. [BOY - says treaty is fragile and can't be counted upon until signed.] [BOYS - praise Mikhail Gorbachev.] Scenes shown of USSR women getting hair done. [USSR WOMAN - says cold war was too long.] Joy and Dart Everett of Brattleboro shown watching Gorbachev arrive in US. [EVERETT - discusses treaty.] USSR family shown watching TV. [WOMAN - praises summit and easing tensions between United States &USSR .] Need asserted for Reagan and Gorbachev to better understand one another.

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:03:10

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