Travel: A Foreign Country

This summer as never before, Americans are realizing that to most of the world's population the U.S. is "abroad," a strange land for tourists to goggle at, write home about, and exclaim over in their incomprehensible tongues. In 1964 more than 300,000 Frenchmen, Germans, English, Italians, Russians and Japanese — not counting students, government officials, 5,000,000 Canadians and 260,000 Mexicans — are expected to visit the U.S. This amounts to an in crease of 31,491 over the influx last year and about a 77% gain over 1960. "The U.S. vacation," says a London travel...

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