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Inside Gorbachev's USSR: Coming Apart #656479

PBS Special for Monday, May 21, 1990

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Fourth of a four part series re: political, economic, and social reforms taking place in the USSR with Hedrick Smith (PBS); this broadcast examines the regional and ethnic political turmoil in the USSR, and includes excerpts of statements by and interviews with Bukhara Director of Restorations Robert Almeiev, Uzbek filmmakers Shukhrat and Raza Makhmudov, Galina Kozlovskaya, Aysa Arakelyan, Murshut Guliev and family, Armenian nationalist Ashot Manucharian, Suren Arutunyan of the Armenian Communist Party, economist Rufat Novrozov, Lithuanian activists Romuladas Ozolas and Vytautas Landsbergis, Vytautas Landsbergis-Zemkalnis, Gabrielius Zemkalnis, Algirdas Brazauskas of the Lithuanian Communist Party, Mikhail Gorbachev, Moscow Communist Party First Secretary Yuri Prokovyev, writer Vladimir Soloukhin, church restoration director Vladimir Galitsky, poet Andrei Voznesensky, Dmitri Vasilyev, Vladimir Posner, and unidentified others.


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