THE NATION: Peaceful Coexistence

All of a sudden, it seemed, the much-talked-of "peaceful coexistence" was busting out all over. In the U.S.S.R. last week, Pravda displayed a photograph of President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon in a smiling huddle with First Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov at the opening of the Soviet fair at the New York Coliseum. In the U.S., newspapers showed nine camera-laden U.S. Governors traipsing gaily through Moscow and Leningrad and Kozlov sightseeing around Manhattan with New York's Mayor Robert Wagner. While New Yorkers were jamming into the Coliseum to look over Soviet wares...

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