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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Mikhail Gorbachev's visit to United States for summit and Nikita Khrushchev's 1959 visit compared. Report introduced.
(San Francisco: Susan Spencer) San Francisco's warm welcome to President Gorbachev featured. [San FRANCISCANS - are proud of Gorbachev's visit.] [PROTESTER - says we support Lithuanians back home.] [Homeless MAN - comments on itinerary not including the homeless.] San Franciscans noted waiting in streets to catch a glimpse of Gorbachev. [MAN - comments.] Contrast to cold war Khrushchev visit examined; historical scenes shown. [KHRUSHCHEV - (thru translator) criticizes US.] [MAN - says visit is a good idea.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Gorbachev's troubles back home noted waiting for his return.
- Rather, Dan;
- Spencer, Susan
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