THE NATION: Uninvited Visitor

With a roll of the Soviet propaganda drums Moscow announced last week that Nikita Khrushchev will go to New York to head the Soviet delegation at the United Nations General Assembly session beginning Sept. 20. Khrushchev's second American invasion would hardly be like the first one. He was coming, not at U.S. invitation as he did last year, but visiting by right the 18 acres of U.N. territory on the East River, which is international no man's land. He could hardly hope for an American welcome or even, this time, friendly curiosity. But he seemed intent on a propaganda...

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