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Bush-Gorbachev Summit: George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev Press Conference #656604

CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC Special for Sunday, Jun 03, 1990

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Live CNN coverage and analysis of George Bush and USSR President Mikhail Gorbachev statements and joint press conference at the conclusion of their summit meetings, and coverage of Gorbachev's departure from the White House with compiled pre- and postevent analysis by ABC, CBS, and NBC; CNN analysis includes contributions by historian Michael Beschloss; ABC pre-event analysis includes contributions by Igor Malashenko of the Soviet Central Committee, Ed Hewitt of the Brookings Institution, former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman William Crowe, and Professor Robert Legvold; ABC postevent analysis preempted by local programming; CBS coverage preempted by local programming; NBC analysis includes contributions by "Foreign Affairs" Editor William Hyland, "International Affairs" Editor Boris Pyadyshev, Sen. Richard Lugar, and Rep. Les Aspin.


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