FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Kissinger Issue Heats Up

More and more, Henry Kissinger is becoming a domestic political issue. Ronald Reagan gets consistent applause when he charges that Kissinger's policy of detente is a "one-way street." While being attacked from the right, he is also getting hell from the left, either because liberals have abandoned their traditional support of detente or because they oppose his interventionist views in Angola and elsewhere. He is thus in the unusual position of being accused of being too dovish and too hawkish.

His relations with Congress are at their lowest ebb. Kissinger has just about given up hope of capping his career...

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