Paper reports that Nixon bested Khrushchev
NIXON-KHRUSHCHEV ~ The dramatic meeting of Vice President Richard Nixon and Russian Premier Krushchev at the U. S. World Exposition in Moscow developed into a world-shaking bluff and bluster in which the Russian Premier came out second best. Nixon stood up to the Russian Dictator and told him: "If there is another war there will be no victors—only losers; for the first time since dawn of civilization we have reached the point where we must either learn to live together or we will die together." together." The Moscow opportunity is letting the world know that the Kremlin's objective objective is for World conquest and Communism.