SEQUELS: Henry... Remember Lot's Wife'

In David Frost's first televised confrontation with Richard Nixon, the subject was Watergate, and the ex-President was combative, emotional and frequently uncomfortable. But last week, in the second of the five-part series, Frost led Nixon through his favorite terrain, foreign affairs, and he fairly bubbled over with talk-show trivia about world leaders he had known.

Nixon's memories of Nikita Khrushchev were vivid. He was "boorish, crude, brilliant, ruthless, potentially rash, with a terrible inferiority complex." He would put on a "big macho act to prove that he was ahead of everybody and...

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