TRB from Washington

December 1972
New Republic;12/23/72, Vol. 167 Issue 24/25, p6
Reports on the press briefing presented by Henry Kissinger, assistant to United States President Richard Nixon, on the status of Vietnam. Questions asked by press reporters regarding the settlement of the Vietnam issue; Views of Kissinger on the difficulties faced by the U.S. in reaching a peace agreement with Hanoi, Vietnam; Existence of risks and perils in Vietnam; Execration of Americans towards Nixon for securing peace; Prediction about yet another invasion by Vietnam.


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