Deputy Assistant Secretary Kathleen Bailey delivered a briefing as a representative of the State Department on Soviet influence on world opinion. Ms. Bailey reported that the Soviet Union was actively involved in promulgating disinformation about the United States and the result was a increasingly negative view of the United States in some areas of the world. After her talk, the Secretary answered questions from the press. close
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