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Good Morning America: Reagan, Gorbachev Summit #657108

ABC Special for Monday, Oct 13, 1986

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  • Report re: the Iceland Summit between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. (Rest of program dedicated to other issues) hosted by Charles Gibson and Denise Yamada. Reports from Steve Bell, Barrie Dunsmore, Pierre Salinger, Kathleen Sullivan,
  • Statements from Secretary of State George Shultz; Don Regan, White House Chief of Staff; President Ronald Reagan; Senator Sam Nunn, Armed Services Committee;
  • Interviews with Pat Buchanan, White House Director of Communications; Georgi Arbatov, Soviet Expert on United States;

  • Reporter(s):
    Bell, Steve;
    Dunsmore, Barrie;
    Salinger, Pierre;
    Sullivan, Kathleen;
    Compton, Ann

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