Science: A Counterpoint to cooperation

Some notes of discord and dissent could be heard amid the music of detente emanating from Washington and Moscow on the eve of the Apollo-Soyuz spectacular. As his six-week-long orbit of the U.S. continued last week, Russian Author Alexander Solzhenitsyn once again voiced his fears about hidden dangers in Soviet-American cooperation.

The occasion was an AFL-CIO banquet in Manhattan. As the celebrated exile prepared to speak, a dance band hired for the occasion tootled La Vie en Rose. Then Solzhenitsyn stood up. He appealed to Washington not to allow Moscow greater access to American...

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