USC on PresidentialChina Trips | KCET
USC on PresidentialChina Trips
The USC U.S.-China Institute has compiled and posted press clippings from the various trips taken to China by U.S. Presidents since 1972.
The clips begin, of course, with Richard Nixon's meeting with Mao Tse-tung, and continue through travel by Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, both George Bushes, Bill Clinton, and, last November, Barack Obama.
The post is titled, "Instant Analysis: Reporting on US Presidents in China," and is available here.
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