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Australian Left Review


R. Dixon


NOT many statesmen become the enfant terrible of international politics at the age of seventy-five, as Charles de Gaulle has done, to the ill-concealed exasperation of Lyndon B. Johnson. De Gaulle’s recent world tour was a diplomatic triumph, following close upon his visit to the Soviet Union, which opened up new perspectives for European and world politics.



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