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To the Editors of the Crimson:
Arthur Lubow's review of David Landau's Kissingers The Uses of Power (October 2) seems to credit Landau with discovering Henry Kissinger's role in a 1967 prenegotiation with North Vietnam.
Landau's best tidbit, maybe. "Major disclosure." no. Details of the Kissinger-Marcovitch-Aubrac contact chain between Washington and Hanoi were reported by David Kraslow (N.F. '61-2) and Stuart Loory in a syndicated newspaper series in the spring of 1968. The Harvard Bulletin carried the story in its issue of April 27. 1968. John T. Bethell Editor, Harvard Bulletin (Although reports of the existence of the Marcovitchaubrac mission were published earlier, Landau was the first journalist to uncover the details of the affair.--E.d.)
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