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December 9, 1989
The City Council adopted Leningrad as Los Angeles' newest "Sister City" Friday, but in light of continued complaints of human rights abuses in that Soviet city, the formal resolution was amended with a call for political reform. Councilman Joel Wachs, who proposed the link between the two cities, said he hoped the new relationship would "extend the cause of peace, freedom and understanding between the people of the Soviet Union and the people of this country."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1989
The City Council adopted Leningrad as Los Angeles' newest "Sister City" Friday, but in light of continued complaints of human rights abuses in that Soviet city, the formal resolution was amended with a call for political reform. Councilman Joel Wachs, who proposed the link between the two cities, said he hoped the new relationship would "extend the cause of peace, freedom and understanding between the people of the Soviet Union and the people of this country."
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June 10, 1988 | GEORGE STEIN, Times Staff Writer
With Soviets eating American pizza, drinking Pepsi-Cola and generally paying more attention to America, the question arises in the wake of the summit: Are they changing the way they think about Los Angeles? No one has published a scientific survey gauging awareness or knowledge about Los Angeles, but the careful Soviet reader can discover that, in accord with the warming trend of U.S.
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June 10, 1988 | GEORGE STEIN, Times Staff Writer
With Soviets eating American pizza, drinking Pepsi-Cola and generally paying more attention to America, the question arises in the wake of the summit: Are they changing the way they think about Los Angeles? No one has published a scientific survey gauging awareness or knowledge about Los Angeles, but the careful Soviet reader can discover that, in accord with the warming trend of U.S.
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