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People who believe that U. S. foreign policy is determined at the State Department or in full-dress hearings of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, kept their eyes last week on Washington. People who believe that the mass attitudes of the U. S. are really controlling, looked instead at forces which help shape those attitudes.

On Good Friday morning, a gracious, energetic, long-legged lady swept into an office on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue to finger two swatches of sheer blue woolen cloth and exclaim to a cackling bevy of fashion reporters: "Isn't it...

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