July 1975
New Republic;7/26/75, Vol. 173 Issue 4, p5
The article comments on Alexander Solzhenitsyn and his 1975 visit to Washington D.C. It is noted that Solzhenitsyn did not meet with U.S. president Gerald R. Ford. The author suggests that this failure was a result of policy set by Henry Kissinger, the U.S. secretary of state. The excuses offered by the Ford White House are examined.


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