Special Section: Questions in a Kitchen

Not long before President Eisenhower invited me to visit the United States, the Americans organized an exhibition in Sokolniki Park. Mr. Nixon, the Vice President of the United States, came to Moscow for the opening. He and I went together to see a display supposedly showing a typical American kitchen. I began to inspect the appliances. There were some interesting things, but there were also a number of things which seemed purely for show and of no use. Once I'd commented on this I had swallowed the hook and was caught in a lengthy conversation with Nixon which newsmen would refer...

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