THE PRESIDENCY: Your Best Friends Won't Tell You

ONE of the oddities of these times is that the U.S. seems able to get along better with Communist dictators than with the governments of free nations. The meetings with the high men of Peking, Moscow and Hanoi are more frequent and appear to be more candid and intimate than some with the leaders of Canada, France or Germany. In some instances over the past months there has appeared to be more camaraderie and humor between Communists and the U.S. representatives than has existed lately between the diplomats of this nation and the democratic...

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