At the Summit
TIME'S July 25 story on Premier Bulganin was most entertaining reading. "A splendidly caparisoned beefeater," "a Soviet Schweppes-man, peddling bottled charm" was top-class light reading . . . One impression I got . . . there seem to be human beings . . . in Russia at the moment . . .
F. M. SLATTERY
Asdee, County Kerry, Ireland Sir: With regard to the statement that Khrushchev "seems not to have suffered for making a drunken spectacle of himself in Belgrade:" . . . The choice of Mr. Khrushchev as an "ambassador of good will" is downright Machiavellian on the...