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USSR -China Relations / Student Protests #326963

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 15, 1989
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(Studio: DR, Charles Kuralt) Sights that Mikhail and Raisa Gorbachev will see in Beijing, China, discussed. Report introduced.

(Studio: Charles Kuralt) No. of peasants in China given. Village of Plum Valley featured; details given, scenes shown. Effects of Mao Tse-tung's communism upon village discussed. [Former zealot who lived in Plum Valley WU So - (thru translator) comments on his impact upon village.] [Peasant woman LIU Jenfen, WU- (thru translator) discuss days when Wu's comrades occupied village; comment on Deng Xiaoping's abandonment of Mao's policies.] Wu reported one of the journalists who joined student protest march last week

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Kuralt, Charles
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00:05:40

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