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(The incandescent lamps are the lamps of Chairman Mao's study. They are old-fashioned standard lamps with tasselled shades. Books lie open everywhere, face down or face up. The walls are filled with books, most of them stuffed with long paper bookmark. Chairman Mao Tse-tung is seated on one of several over-stuffed brown slip-covered armchairs arranged in a semi- circle. Several Chinese photographers slip into the room, then President Nixon, Premier Chou En-lai and Dr. Kissinger make their entrance. A girl secretary (one of three who will sit on straight chairs behind Mao and sing back-up) takes the Chairman's arm and he hoists himself out of the chair and advances to shake hands)
MAO I can't talk very well. My throat...
NIXON I'm nearly speechless with delight just to be here
MAO We're even then. That is the right way to begin. Our common old friend Chiang Kai-shek with all his virtues would not look too kindly on all this. We seem to be beneath the likes of him. You've seen his latest speech?
NIXON You bet. It was a scorcher. Still, he's spit into the wind before, and will again. That puts it into scale. You shouldn't despise Chiang.
MAO No fear of that. We're followed his career for generations. There's not much beneath our notice.