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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) USSR statement quoted with regard to developments in Czechoslovakia. Report introduced.
(DC: Jim Miklaszewski) President Bush's response to changes in Czechoslovakia examined; details given of his meeting with British Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher; scenes shown. Bush's upcoming meeting with USSR general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev noted. [THATCHER - comments on prospect of democrat in Czechoslovakia.] Thatcher noted concerned with regard to US' support of NATO; Pentagon defense budget cuts reviewed. Bush quoted on screen with regard to defense budget cuts and NATO. [On "Today", THATCHER says a NATO-like structure after World War I would have prevented World War II.]
- Miklaszewski, Jim;
- Williams, Mary Alice
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