Communists: A Fan of Henry Ford's

From his own Crimean estate with its now-famed badminton court and glass-enclosed swimming pool, Nikita Khrushchev last week traveled to Marshal Tito's wonderland in Yugoslavia. From a state dinner at Belgrade's White Pal ace, Khrushchev went on an Adriatic cruise aboard Tito's yacht Caleb (Seagull), spent three days at Tito's island retreat of Brioni, then to Tito's 400-year-old castle in the Dinaric Alps, next to Tito's summer residence at Brda and, finally, to Tito's Croatian hunting lodge at Belje. To the Chinese, who have long complained that Khrushchev has gone over to the enemy camp both ideologically and in...

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