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Nightline: The Education of A Dissident #648924

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 04, 1998

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Taped segments with Ted Koppel (ABC), University of California Berkeley Professor Orville Schell, former US Ambassador to China Winston Lord and his wife Bette Bao Lord, Boston University Professor Merle Goldman, Human Rights in China Executive Director Xiao Qiang, and Carl Gershman of the National Endowment for Democracy, and excerpts of an interview between Koppel and exiled Chinese dissident Wang Dan re: his role during the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in Beijing (China), and his life since his release from prison and exile to the US.

Duration:
00:30:00

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