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April 21, 1982



Leonid Brezhnev is all for a popular antinuclear movement, it seems--as long as it is kept well beyond Soviet borders. KGB police summarily detained seven West Europeans in Red Square who tried to unfurl a banner in Russian reading ''Bread, Life and Disarmament.''

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We can imagine the consternation in the Kremlin. Soviet citizens might get the idea they should agitate for all three.