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Ferdinand Eberstadt

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The pope is spending four days in a country whose Communist dictatorship has remained unrelenting in its repression of free speech, political dissent and other human rights despite a warming of relations with the Vatican and the United States.
Tricky Dick vs. the New York Times: How Nixon declared war on journalism
Tricky Dick vs. the New York Times: How Nixon declared war on journalism EnlargeRichard Nixon speaks to the Associated Press Managing Editors annual meeting, Nov. 17, 1973.
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