The Press: Out

Waiting in Hong Kong for the visa that would permit him to enter Red China, Correspondent Frederick C. Nossal of the Toronto Globe and Mail was upset by a series of frustrating delays. Why were Peking's masters keeping him out? "I can't understand it," complained Nossal, "when I can do them so much good."

Peking finally got Nossal's point, granted him a temporary visa last October, later extended it for six months and thereby made him the Western Hemisphere's only Red China-based newspaperman. In his eight months on the job. Nossal gave his hosts scant cause for offense, generally depicted Red...

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