Ten Words from New York Times History - The Kitchen Debate - July 24, 1959 10 words

From Nixon and Khrushchev Argue In Public As U.S. Exhibit Opens; Accuse Each Other Of Threats, the story of the "kitchen debates," from July 24, 1959.

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