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(Studio) Nixon says if nominated, he may go to USSR to talk of world problems. Moscow may not be indifferent.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt
(DC) When Nixon visited USSR last year, he didn't get meeting with Premier Aleksei Kosygin. Soviet leadership will probably see him this time because he's going as Republican President nominee and Soviets need him like he needs them. They suffered political setback in Czechoslovakia that may lead to Kremlin changes. They may need appearance of good relations with American Johnson administration prepares appeals for Soviet cooperation with Vietnam, missile talks and summitry.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb
- Kuralt, Charles;
- Kalb, Marvin
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