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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control #315310

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 18, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara, California: Terence Smith) President Reagan's optimism over prospects of US-USSR arms control talks following Secretary of State George Shultz's negotiations with Mikhail Gorbachev noted; scenes shown. [REAGAN - cites importance of Gorbachev's proposal.] [Arms Control Agency director Ken. ADELMAN - explains importance of Soviet verification proposal.] [Chief of staff Howard BAKER - cites favorable aspect of proposed European missile reduction.] [REAGAN - acknowledges own superstition.] President's upcoming agenda on issue mentioned.

Schieffer, Bob;
Smith, Terence

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