Nikita Khrushchev's Visit To The Soviet Union

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On September 25th 1959, Nikita Khrushchev capped a 12 day visit to the United States, the first ever by a soviet leader, with a meeting with president Dwight Eisenhower at Camp David. Khrushchev had denounced the excesses of Stalinism and had publically said he sought 'peaceful coexistence' with the US. Before the summit, Khrushchev and his wife traveled across a,Erica, visiting places like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, but was visibly angry after being denied entry to Disneyland for security reasons. The two leaders held in depth talks at camp David for two days of intense meetings and in a communique issued after the meeting agreeing that the discussions had been useful in clarifying positions on a variety of issues, and agreed

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