Lead:  When the 1980 Olympic Summer Games were held in Moscow, over sixty nations were missing. The boycott was led by the United States as a protest over the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.    

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

Content: In December 1979 Soviet troops invaded Afghanistan to support and stabilize the communist regime, at that time facing growing resistance among the Afghan people. The locals responded to the invasion with an insurgent war in one of most rugged and harsh climates in the world.


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