never had a chance to use them, he is notnmerely indulging in autobiographicalndetail but is showing how Churchill,neven at 79, seized the initiative to speaknrather than waiting for an invitation.n(Observes Nixon wryly: "The remarks Inhad so painstakingly prepared werennever delivered, but neither did theynseem to be missed . . .
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