CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 30, 1991
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(Moscow: Dan Rather) Plans for Presidents Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev to sign the START treaty tomorrow noted. Defense Department reported announcing it will cut back United States military sites in Europe.
(Moscow: Anthony Mason) The Soviet military featured; various scenes shown of the army. [Harvard University Graham ALLISON - says the Soviet military draws the best talent.] [Retired general Mikhail MILSHTEYN - says the military budget must be reduced.] [USA-Canada Institution Georgi ARBATOV - says the military hard-liners want a return to the old rules of the game.] [Army officer's WIFE - (thru translator) says she is looking for work.] [Military newspaper deputy editor Colonel Vitaly MOROZ - (thru translator) says the army will not take over the country.] Military's uncertainty of what their role will be in a reformed USSR noted.
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