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JAPAN-Todai Reform

crats, of course, would be only too happy if Nixon could get the country off the hook. And from among the Republicans, Nixon could not have chosen a better hawk than Henry Cabot Lodge to argue at the negotiation table in Paris. In many ways Lodge is even more the embodiment of Republicanism than Nixon is, and with him to sign on the dotted line, Nixon is safe vis-a-vis his party.

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