Sequels: Dialogue at the Door

Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu, presently residing in Paris, had been invited to the U.S. to address a "Truth Rally"sponsored by the Conservative Party club of Flushing, N.Y. In due course, she applied for a visa, and last week, in due course, the U.S. State Department turned her down on grounds that her presence would be "prejudicial to the public interest."

The lady was furious, issued broadsides from behind the closed doors of her fashionable Left Bank apartment, fired off letters of protest to President Johnson. But she was not so furious as to lose her head completely....

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