Nation: A VOYAGE OF REDISCOVERY AND RECONCILIATION

¶ A just about everyone knows by now, Richard Nixon has a passion for order and neatness. His trip to five European capitals this week, his first presidential journey abroad and the first European trip by an American President since 1963, is the very model of thoughtful planning and meticulous execution. Unfortunately, events—and the men who control them—do not always lend themselves to order and neatness. By their very nature, problems have a way of cropping up at the most inappropriate times. Even before the President left...

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