Foreign News: A QUIET LITTLE DINNER WITH KHRUSHCHEV

THE top leaders of the Labor Party had planned a quiet little dinner for B. & K. in a private dining room in the Houses of Parliament, and looked forward to the kind of pleasantly informal discussion they had had with Georgy Malenkov. They knew there would be differences, but hoped these might be cordially discussed. So they planned. But they expected too much of their No. 1 guest. Churlish Nikita Khrushchev made it a night to remember.

The chill of the British crowds had begun to get under the skin of the burly Khrushchev, and he was obviously feeling edgy. So,...

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