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President Nixon and China

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  1. The United States and China had stopped trading with each other during the Korean War. Did you have an opinion as to whether or not this was appropriate? Did you believe that the U.S. should deal with a Communist country?

  2. In 1969, President Nixon approved the removal of some travel restrictions on Americans going to China and also encouraged the reopening of trade. What were your thoughts regarding this?

  3. Did Nixon's actions have an effect on you personally? Did it affect any of your family or friends? In what way?

  4. In February 1972, President Nixon made a visit to Peking and reversed the U.S. policy of not recognizing the Communist government. Did you agree or disagree with what the President did? Why?

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