Asia: A Very Special Tourist

In the three days that Jacqueline Kennedy spent strolling through the ruins of the 600 temples at Angkor, the noblest remnants of Asia's past, she could almost be the private citizen she wished to be: the ordinary tourist looking, touching and marveling. It was a brief respite, however, on her tour of Cambodian Prince Norodom Sihanouk's Khmer Kingdom (see color opposite). Flying from Pnompenh to the port city of Sihanoukville last week to dedicate a street named for John F. Kennedy, Jackie soon had to cope with her host's propensity for using her...

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