Baiting Moscow

Osborne, John
April 1972
New Republic;4/22/72, Vol. 166 Issue 17, p9
Focuses on the official reference made by the U.S. State Department, to the Soviet Union in connection with the North Vietnamese offensives in South Vietnam. Response of Robert McCloskey who usually works in private as Secretary of State William P. Rogers on the question of the relationship between attacks and the presence in Hanoi; Concession by McCloskey that the Communist Chinese had been supplying North Vietnam with weapons for many years.


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