Notes and Comment

April 1971
New Yorker;4/24/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p31
The article expresses the author's opinion on an article on the opening of China to the U.S. table-tennis team. He recognized the positive impact of the news on the country. He speculated on what presidential security adviser Henry Kissinger might have reacted to the breaking news. The author regarded table tennis as a blessing in disguise for both countries.


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