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Topic - Thomas J. Ward
His approach "sought peace and reconciliation and was respectful of the many accomplishments of the Soviet Union," author Thomas J. Ward wrote in a 2008 essay.
"Rev. Moon's constructive outreach to the communist world bore fruit in 1990 when he met with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and began to develop projects in collaboration with the Soviet government," Mr. Ward wrote. "This included bringing hundreds of legislators to the United States to dialogue with their political peers. … It also brought thousands of Soviet young people to the United States to learn about American culture and its underpinnings."