World: ROCKEFELLER'S TOUR

PAINFUL REAPPRAISAL OF THE NEIGHBORS

BY now the scenes, the breakneck pace, the agenda were all familiar as the chartered jet of President Nixon's emissary touched down at Buenos Aires' Ezeiza airport. So, too, was the penumbra of latent violence. Soldiers and policemen lined the streets, ready for any further outbursts of hostility against Nelson Rockefeller. By way of a welcoming salute to the New York Governor, terrorists the week before had fire-bombed 13 Buenos Aires supermarkets belonging to a firm controlled by the Rockefeller family.

Rocky and his task force of 21 experts landed running. He hosted a...

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