Rovere, Richard H.
August 1971
New Yorker;8/7/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 25, p77
The article discusses the political issues under the administration of Richard Nixon. Details on the decisions of the administration on Nixon's visit to China are discussed. It also speculates on the possible influence of the initiative of Nixon to visit China on the 1972 election in the U.S. wherein it is expected to be favorable to Democrats.


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