FOREIGN SERVICE: Chameleon & Career Man

Shakeups in the U. S. diplomatic corps have been frequent this year but last week a new shakeup hit the highest spots. In

Washington an "authoritative White House source" revealed that the successor to Ambassador William E. Dodd in Berlin, who handed in his resignation last summer, would be Assistant Secretary of State Hugh R. Wilson. Next day even bigger news broke. The New York Times, whose White House pipe line is the envy and despair of other papers, revealed that Robert Worth Bingham, Ambassador to the Court of St. James (now recuperating...

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