The day Nixon warmed the Cold War

{ "b" : "Seize The Hour: When Nixon Met Mao," , "cite" : "by Margaret McMillan, John Murray, €30."}

2nd December, 2006

{ "b" : "Seize The Hour: When Nixon Met Mao," , "cite" : "by Margaret McMillan, John Murray, €30."}

Richard Nixon was probably the most complicated man ever to become president of the United States and his legacy has been just as hard for historians to pin down. But if you had to sum it up in just one sentence, it would probably be this: he went to China. His visit to Mao Zedong in Beijing shocked the world...

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