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US-USSR Relations / Moscow Summit / Cultural Exchange #321424

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 27, 1988
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(Studio: Dam Rather, Charles Kuralt) Cultural exchanges between United States and USSR discussed. Dance Theater of Harlem shown performing in USSR . American magicians and musicians shown entertaining Sovs.; details given, jazz musician Paul Horn mentioned. Report introduced.

(DC: Wyatt Andrews) USSR 's cultural treks to United States featured; details given, scenes shown. [Student exchange coordinator David HARLEY - praises program.] USSR youths shown exploring US. [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - comments on exchange.] Admin. noted wanting USSR to see how Americans live. [USSR GIRL - comments on skyscrapers.] [USSR BOY - comments on United States girls.] Program's critics noted calling it photograph opportunity for leaders

Andrews, Wyatt

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