National Affairs: No. 2 for Bullies

Ambassador Joseph Clark Grew, for 35 years in the U. S. Foreign Service, is rated one of the ablest career diplomats in U. S. employ. For the last seven years he has held down one of the toughest diplomatic assignments which the State Department has to hand out, the post of Ambassador to Japan. No small measure of his success has been the amiable, unostentatious way he has done so.

Last week, however, an hour came when the spotlight unavoidably played on him. He marched in to see Japanese Foreign Minister Hachiro Arita and...

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