The Nation: Kissinger's Complaint

After a week of shuttling between an American businessman's home near the golf course of St.-Nom-la-Bretêche and a Communist-occupied villa at Gifsur-Yvette, Presidential Aide Henry Kissinger last week summed up his talks with Hanoi's Le Due Tho in two words: "Significant progress." He declined to disclose details, but it was known that his main effort had been to work out a strict schedule of adherence to the Viet Nam ceasefire. (One major problem: the North Vietnamese demand for the release of all political prisoners in the South and a guaranteed political role for...

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