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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

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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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