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ii fairly safa to lay that ho was preoccupied with tha subject andwith natterso It. Ha talked at length aboutattltuda toward, trading with th* Soviet! and USon tha relationship between Soviet treat sent of Jews and H* asked to i. filled In aa completely as poaalbla on bothitibjMti. o know wUt TJiajaobgbio_outco*)e, fro*atandpolnt, would bo.tha
i.latlonihlp between trad* and exit pormlta for Jmatter of th* greatest sensitivity la th* USSR. H* also said that th* publication of th* recant decree on tha subject of exit visas waa largely misinterpreted and that It had actually bamo atat* tha Halts of what would b* done Inaiei. He waa also extrenely Interested In US public reaction to tho Jewish probleo 1st tb* USSR and Its current relations Kip to trad*.
1*greatInelcome afforded th* returning
aner* ef war fro* Vietnam. Hef* tatlv* ofreversal of public attitudes about tha war. arned to think that tho currant public attitude waa very assch la favor of tho war.