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Thursday, May 12, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
2nd Nixon show covers foreign policy
WASHINGTON (A') - Richard Nixon found Khrushchev to be was considered sufficieitly at- it was his decision to maintain dential news conference then
aciv to_ viewer to- c.o. , e to war ... ,.tner u A'ii --ssec ns ' ~s.

Nixon, in his second television
interview, portrays Soviet lead-
er Leonid Brezhnev as a firm
and sophisticated adversary as
the two superpowers pursued a
-nutual policy of detente.,
Nixon, sources said, credits
Brezhnev with being less vola-
tile and having a-firmer grasp
than his predecessor, the late
Nikita Krushchev, who broke up
the 1960 summit meeting in
Paris with a denunciation of
American spy-plane reconnais-
sance of the Soviet Union.
DAVID FROST'S second in-
terview with Nixon is scheduled
for broadcast tonight at 7:30
p.m. EDT over a makeshift net-
work of 155 stations. The show
is devoted to foreign policy.

impulsive - in contrast to
Brezhnev - particularly in his
dealings with the late President
Dwight Eisenhower. It was at
the abortive-summit that Khru-
schev submarined Fis-nhower's
nlan to have Nixon take over
for him, saying that would
be "to leave the cabbage to the
care of the goat."
Nixon offers his appraisal of
former Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, as well as the. two
Soviet leaders, and emphasizes
that he himself originated the
attempted reconciliation of Com-
munist China.
WHILE LACKING the emo-
tional impact of Watergate, the
sole topic of last week's pro-
gram, the second Nixon show

i

tractive to viewers to cause
President Carter to move up his
own news conference on his first
oversea trip.
Surveying his foreign policy
over 5' years, Nixon stresses,
his own stewardship of the ef-
fort to lessen tensions with Rus-
sia and to open ties to China
after a quarter-century.
In reviewing the controversial
U. S. incursion into Cambodia
in 1973, Nixon describes Kissin-
ger as having reservations about
the domestic impact but fully
supporting the decision once it
was taken.
LATER, AFTER student pro-
tests' at Kent State and other
universities, Nixon said Kis-
singer wanted to cut the U. S.
operations in Cambodia short.
But Nixon, the sources said,
took the position that dissent
was a natural consequence and
SWIMMING
POOL
--

the war there until 1973.
Reportedly he admonished
Kissinger to "remember Lot's
wife. Never look back." In the
Bible, Lot's wife was turned into
a pillar of salt when she defied
God and looked back at the
burning cities of Sodom and Go-
morrah.
White House Press Secretary
Jody Powell originally an-
nounced in London Tuesday that
Carter's news conference would
be at 7:30 p.m, Frost contacted
Carter television adviser Barry
Jagoda and informed him the
Nixon interview was scheduled
at the same time. The presi-
2 & 4 MONTH
LEASES

%vas reset or :.4 P.M.
An associate said Frost did
not diretl ask the White House
to rescedole the news confer-
ence. "David made no request
whatsoever and I imagine he
would have regarded it as pre-
sumptviolis to make a request of
that nature," said Robert Zel-
nick of the Frost staff.
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