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Negotiations: Lodge Leaves Paris

"We are at rock bottom now in these talks, so it doesn't really make any difference who sits around that table," one frustrated American official commented in...

Republicans: The Lodge Phenomenon

(See Cover) In the early-morning gloom of Saigon's muggy pre-monsoon season, an alarm clock shrills in the stillness of a second-floor bedroom at 38 Phung...

REPUBLICANS: The Great Surprise

(See Cover) As the tall, broad-shouldered candidate sped through the prosperous North Shore suburbs of Chicago one evening last week, waving from the back...

Books: A Man & His Country

HENRY CABOT LODGE by William J. Miller. 450 pages. He/neman. $8.50. Few men have been so to the man ner of public service born as Henry Cabot Lodge. Here is an...

UNITED NATIONS: The Organized Hope

(See Cover) As naturally as if it were digging along an old, familiar path instead of pioneering a new trail, the U.S., with astute help from Great Britain,...

National Affairs: Difference of Opinion

Henry Cabot Lodge seemed to be in a hurry. He burst out of his Hartford strategy meeting with Dick Nixon and only had an over-the-shoulder word for reporters...

Nation: I Just Long to Have Alone in Debate

NEW ROUND IN AN OLD FUED THE feud's first showdown came in 1916 when Henry Cabot Lodge narrowly defeated John F. ("Honey Fitz") Fitzgerald for the Senate by...

Nation: The Homecoming

"All I've done since I came home," said Henry Cabot Lodge, "is to talk." And when he wasn't talking Republican politics, he was talking foreign policy —in a way...

Nation: Oregon Lodgistics

"Why," demanded the Medford, Ore., Mail Tribune, "should any Republican be attracted to a man who has lost elections, who is a lousy campaigner, who would be...

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