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ARMAGEDDON'S ECHOES

"We are eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked." --Dean Rusk, Oct. 24, 1962 The world has never been closer to nuclear war than it was 35...

Books: Ghost Dad

AS I SAW IT by Dean Rusk, as told to Richard Rusk Norton; 672 pages; $29.95 As the public face of U.S. diplomacy in the Vietnam era, dour, obdurate Dean Rusk...

Georgia: Professor Rusk's Problem

For Dean Rusk, the past nine years have combined adversity and irony in uncommon measure. Never outspoken, he endured silently the taunts of John Kennedy's...

Press: Newswatch It's News, But Is It Reality?

Just about the most annoying question a journalist faces is, Why don't you print more good news? This question assumes that reporters get a kick out of reporting...

NEW ADMINISTRATION: The Eagle Has Two Claws

(See Cover) The afternoon Congressional from Washington bumped to a halt in a gloomy cavern beneath Manhattan's Pennsylvania Station one evening last week...

The Nation: Meet Dean Rusk, Early Dove

ONE of the most intriguing Viet Nam documents is an as yet unpublished cable that analysts working on the Pentagon papers studied with fascination. It was sent...

The Cabinet: Rusk's Reply

Last week, at his first press conference in ten weeks, Secretary of State Dean Rusk reiterated some truths about Viet Nam. "The problem of peace in Viet Nam...

Nation: The Quiet Man

(See Cover) As a lower-echelon official in Foggy Bottom a dozen years ago, Secretary of State Dean Rusk used to keep a ruled yellow pad in his desk drawer...

Races: A Marriage of Enlightenment

(See Cover] "This is a family matter," the father of the bride insisted. "It's going to be handled in a family way." And Dean Rusk made it stick. A hermetic...

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