Great Britain: Let George Do It

The bouncy little man in Moscow's Red Square last week acted much as many tourists do, gawking at the Kremlin's towers through his thick, hornrimmed glasses, praising Russian hospitality and greeting every Ivan he could find with a breezy "I'm from London. How are you?" The visitor was British Foreign Secretary George Brown, 52, making his first trip to the Soviet Union to discuss with Premier Aleksei Kosygin and Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko a peace plan for Viet Nam and the problems of nuclear proliferation. Brown did not get far with the...

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