Nation: Around the World, A Block Away

No one need doubt that Richard M. Nixon is running, despite his cautious avowal that he won't have anything to say on the matter for some months. The fact is, he has been running all over the world—first to Western Europe and Russia, then to Asia for a 21-day swing through Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and South Viet Nam. Last week, Nixon was off to Latin America on the third leg of an international marathon, which, he tells friends, should make him the nation's "best-informed private citizen on world affairs." The trip will continue in Africa and the Middle East next...

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