NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 25, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) China's preparation for 21st century and implications of pol., economy and soc. changes underway considered; details given, scenes shown. Communist party's crackdown on student protests last year reviewed; Hu Yaobang, Deng Xiaoping's leading successor, noted toppled to appease conservatives. [Premier ZHAO Ziyang - (thru translator) discusses reforms scheduled for presentation to party congress and significance to China's reform movement, need to prevent chaos, education of youth in communist party Upcoming item announced.
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