Secretary Kissinger

Karnow, Stanley
September 1973
New Republic;9/22/73, Vol. 169 Issue 11, p19
Focuses on efforts of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to bring Secretary of State Henry Kissinger into an open session in the U.S. Role of Kissinger in the wiretapping of his aides; Information on responsibilities of the White House and the Congress in foreign affairs; Opposition on future wiretaps by Kissinger without legal court order; Statement released by the Secretary about the Vietnam peace.


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