National Affairs: The Quiet Sardinian

After Nikita Khrushchev's headline-hogging trip to the U.S., the visit last week from Italy's Prime Minister Antonio Segni was bound to be recorded on the inside pages. Indeed, Premier Segni was near to getting lost himself. Foul weather forced his Alitalia airliner into Boston, and U.S. protocol officers had to scoot up from Washington to pick him up and fly him back. When he finally got to Washington, the weather was so bad that the welcoming ceremonies—honor guard, music and all—had to be held in a hangar at the MATS terminal. Moreover, a few Italians were miffed because President...

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