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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Republican right's views on changes in E. Europe and the new US-USSR relations featured. [American Enterprise Institution's William SCHNEIDER - says conservatives don't know what is ahead.] [On January 29, 1981, President REAGAN - attacks the Soviets.] Changes in presidents' views of USSR detailed; scenes shown of Reagan and President Bush with Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. [On December 3, BUSH - says relations are improving dramatically.] [Heritage Fndn.'s Burton PINES - says it is a victory.] [On "Larry King Live", Vice President Dan QUAYLE - says they have not changed.] [SCHNEIDER - talks about what might happen in Republican party] Stmt. from conservative organizer Brent Bozell about Bush-Quayle policy noted.
- Schieffer, Bob
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