In 1960, at the 902nd plenary meeting of the United Nation’s General Assembly, Nikita Khrushchev was so annoyed by something Harold Macmillan had said that he banged his shoe on the table. Some historians say that he just waved the shoe around a bit. Either way, it was a surprisingly ineffectual gesture from a man who had control of the world’s second largest arsenal of nuclear weapons.
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