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Volume XVIII
  

Volume XVIII

Foreign Relations, 1969-1976
China, 1973-1976

Editor: David P. Nickles

General Editor: Edward C. Keefer

United States Government Printing Office
Washington
2008

DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 11442

Office of the Historian
Bureau of Public Affairs

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ISBN 978-0-16-07710-1

Preface (PDF 84 KB)

   

Sources (PDF 58 KB)

   

Abbreviations and Terms (PDF 46 KB)

   

Persons (PDF 53 KB)

   

Index (PDF 105 KB)

 

Errata

To download the entire volume in PDF (3.7 MB) click here.

Chapters

Document Numbers

Kissinger's Visits to Beijing and the Establishment of the Liaison Offices, January 1973-May 1973(PDF 729 KB)

 1-34

Political Turmoil in the United States, June 1973-September 1974 (PDF 828 KB)

 35-87

Move Toward Normailzation of Relations, October 1974-July 1975 (PDF 536 KB)

 88-116

The Summit in Beijing, August-December 1975(PDF 593 KB)

 117-137

Chinese Domestic Power Struggles, January 1976-January 1977 (PDF 255 KB)

 138-159

  
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