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Rarely has one speech changed history so dramatically. In 1956, Nikita Khrushchev exposed and denounced the crimes of Joseph Stalin, stunning a nation and opening the door to a human rights movement in the USSR. With the assistance of Khrushchev's son, Sergei, producer Robert Rand explores that bold event and its consequences for the Soviet Union and the world.Producer: Robert Rand
©2006 American Public Media
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By Norm Donovan on 05-01-06

Too little on the speech

Very little on the actual content of the speech. Lots of reporters expressing their opinions on how important it was.

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