FOREIGN RELATIONS: Catering to the Jewish Vote

AFAR-REACHING trade agreement is about to be signed between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Pens are poised, smiles are set—but wait! There is a last-minute snag. By vote of the Politboro, the Russians refuse to sign until the U.S. agrees to integrate all its public schools. This is a matter of principle with the Russians; they will not budge. The American public is outraged. As if busing was not bad enough, to bus on Communist command! Just what anti-busers said all along: it's a Communist plot. Negotiations break down.

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