Some Soviets Find Life Better in U.S. After All

Associated Press

At least five families of Soviet emigres who returned to their homeland from the United States in recent months have quietly come back, according to the State Department.

The departure of the emigres from the United States was widely publicized here and in the Soviet Union, where the media hailed them as the vanguard of hundreds of disillusioned Soviets who wanted to leave America.

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