THE CABINET: Kim and Congress

Seldom does an ambassador so far lower his pomposity as to descend to a waterfront and greet one of his country's freighters. But last week Comrade Alexander Troyanovsky, knowing well there was no better way he could cater to his country's pride, descended to Brooklyn's grimy docks, greeted the first Russian ship to put into a U. S. port in 17 years. No ordinary ship did he greet but a model ship sent to start the flow of trade between the U. S. and Russia, sent to win U. S. admiration for all...

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