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(Studio) USSR "Literary Gazette" newspaper says US-People's Republic of China, deal would have nothing to do with genuine concern for peace; Romania, E. Europe, newspaper hints President Nicolae Ceausescu may have been go-between in arranging Nixon trip; Japan Premier Eisaku Sato expresses disappointment at not being informed in advance of trip; Ntlist. China begins campaign, opposed to trip, at World Anti-Communist League meeting in Manila, Republican of the Philippines; Senate Foreign Relations Committee votes repeal of Formosa resolution.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
- Cronkite, Walter
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