Is Capitalism or Communism Better for Women? How the Kitchen Debate Gave a New Meaning to the Cold War 'Home Front'
In American and Soviet homes, the capitalism-communism divide was a topic of conversation at many a kitchen table — and, most famously, in one model kitchen.
SOURCE: New Republic
by Andrew Preston
The president's meeting with Kim Jong Un could go more like Eisenhower with Khrushchev—which wouldn't be good.
A meeting of President John F. Kennedy and Nikita S. Khrushchev in 1961 points to the hazards of walking into such a session without clear strategic goals.
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