Foreign Relations: Whew!

"Mme. Nhu," declared California's Governor Pat Brown in the understatement of the month, "is a controversial figure. She is not the first to visit California, nor will she be the last. I urge all Californians to act like civilized Americans and let the lady have her say." But for all the Governor's pleas, a number of protest groups pursued their plans to give the lady a hostile welcome.

On the East Coast, at just about the same time, another controversial visitor to the U.S., Yugoslavia's President Tito, gathered his 28-man party onto an ocean liner and bade the U.S. farewell.


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