The Press: How to Get Along

Last October, after Peking granted a temporary visa to Frederick C. Nossal of the Toronto Globe and Mail (circ. 226,000), Nossal joined a corps of foreign correspondents distinguished mainly for partisan reporting. Indeed, of Peking's 25-man complement of visiting newsmen, only two others—both wire-service men, one from Agence France-Presse and one from Reuters, Ltd.—are of the non-Communist press. After reading thousands of words of Nossal's copy, his hosts expressed themselves as more than satisfied with the new visitor. Conferring on him the distinction of being the Western Hemisphere's first Red China-based newsman,...

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