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The World: Harriman: A Veteran's View

For more than three decades, Veteran Negotiator W. Averell Harriman, 82, has helped shape U.S. foreign policy. Among his varied duties, the roving diplomat has...

Milestones, Sep. 27, 1971

Born. To Paul McCartney, 29, renegade Beatle, and Linda Eastman, 30, the honey blonde American divorcee who ended his bachelorhood two years ago; their second...

IRAN: Operation Miracle

Four men stood near a runway at Teheran's Mehrabad airport one day this week, waiting for the arrival of an American who was coming to try to work a miracle...

Kudos: Round 3

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY W. Averell Harriman, LL.D., U.S. Ambassador-at-Large. EMERSON COLLEGE (Mass.) Edward Albee, D.LIT., playwright. Through the devices of the...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Almost Indispensable

For the 16 nations of Western Europe, the face of ECA will be the face of ECA's ambassador-at-large. Last week Administrator Paul Hoffman picked W. Averell...

Cambodia: Ave Ave

A few weeks ago, it seemed that U.S. relations with Cambodia's sensitive Prince Norodom Sihanouk were finally looking up a bit. The Pentagon was talking less...

The Press: The Working Press

From the moment W. Averell Harriman, special foreign correspondent for the North American Newspaper Alliance, arrived in Moscow last May, the Red carpet went...

People, Aug. 1, 1955

Names make news. Last week these names made this news: Winging into Rome from Tel Aviv, New York's junketing Democratic Governor W. Averell Harriman was...

National Affairs: Pass the Ammunition

Until last week, the two candidates for governor of New York, Irving M. Ives and W. Averell Harriman, were waging dull and gentlemanly campaigns, avoiding...

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