Sunshine Summitry

Osborne, John
April 1973
New Republic;4/14/73, Vol. 168 Issue 15, p11
Focuses on the reaction of U.S. President Richard Nixon to threats of communism in South Vietnam. Statement by Nixon that Nguyen Van Thieu, President of South Vietnam, is one of the four or five best political leaders in the world; Impact of the communists on the peace agreement of the two nations; Possibility of a U.S. interference to the internal affairs of South Vietnam; Denouement of Henry Kissinger by Thieu for negotiating and accepting an agreement with the North Vietnamese; Plans of the U.S. Congress to sustain military assistance for the country.


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