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1971 Article re: George Bush, Nixon Administration's United Nations Ambassador, lobbying for Communist China entry into the UN via "Two-China" Policy

+Photo of George Bush dwarfed at his desk by the huge globe

By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) --
The way he tackles diplomacy. Ambassador George Bush doesn't really
have to be an athelete in top condition. But it helps.

[Excepts...]

The former Navy flier who
will pilot U.S. Policy through U.N. session starting this week finds that a
16-hour working has become more rule than exception.

Evidently he
thrives on it. His enthusiasm for the job seems to have infected his entire staff at the 12-story U.S. mission building across the street from the
U.N. complex.

The session opening Tuesday will, among other things,
consider the complex question of China's representation. In his first
General Assembly appearance as ambassador, Bush a tough assignment: to
champion President Nixon's "two- Chinas" policy, which both China and
the Nationalists on Taiwan reject.

How will it work out? Ambassador Bush
says that if two-Chinas policy does not succeed, it will not be for
lack trying on his part.

"Some people are saying United Slates
isn't really trying very hard lo keep Taiwan in, but if that's so, nobody's told me
about it,." he says.

[Excepts...]
He admits he has changed his mind on some things, including the China question. Seven years ago he was quoted as saying that if Peking ever should be voted nto the United Nations the United States should get out.

"That was 1964, a long time ago," he observes. "There's been an awful lot changed since...A person who is unwilling to admit that changes have taken place is out of things these days. President Nixon is not being naive in his China policy. He is recognizing the realiteis of today, not the realities of severn years ago."

.... he is an eager salesman for the U.N. ideal. He wants to stimulate interest in it around the world, possibly by means of a UN.session once in a while in another country.

"For example, let's see what happens if the U.N. session is held in a Communist bloc country. Why not let others see what the problems are, what it means? It could revitalize the whole organizations. The costs would be high, but if the Olympic games, for instance, can be taken to Tokyo, why not the United Nations to another country?"

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