Soviet Presidential Address
Gorbachev hosted a luncheon for about 60 people where he stressed the continuation of reform in the Soviet Union, the need for increased… read more
Gorbachev hosted a luncheon for about 60 people where he stressed the continuation of reform in the Soviet Union, the need for increased cooperation with the United States and the suggestion of a more cautious approach for the independence movement in Lithuania and the other Baltic states. Members of the audience offered toasts and words of welcome. President Gorbachev’s remarks are in Russian with translation. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Mikhail Gorbachev Secretary-General U.S.S.R.->Communist Party
- Jesse Jackson Founder National Rainbow Coalition
- Henry A. Kissinger Secretary (Former) Department of State
- Eugene J. McCarthy U.S. Senator (Former) [D] Minnesota
- Ted Turner President and CEO Turner Broadcasting System
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