MIDDLE EAST: Missiles for Peace

As the Administration's effort to sell Capitol Hill on the Sinai accord worked out between Israel and Egypt continued last week, some unpublished portions of Henry Kissinger's negotiating handiwork began to leak out. There appeared to be no devastating time bombs hidden among the private "assurances" the Secretary of State had given the Israeli government that might jeopardize the deal's seemingly good chances of winning congressional approval. Most of what criticism there was seemed to focus on the sophisticated and costly weapons that Kissinger had used to sweeten the pot for an agreement.

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