REFLECTIONS: 59 on the Aisle

REFLECTIONS 59 on the Aisle Manhattan has the world's most inhuman subways, some of its most hopelessly snarled traffic and, in the public bars, its most relentless television sets; it also has some of the world's best music and drama. For four years, U.N. staff members have been exposed to the blessings as well as to the curses of their international capital. Last week,the New York Herald Tribune's Peter Kihss set out to discover how they like Manhattan culture.

He found that UNers do not have time to be really full-time culture vultures. The average U.N. delegate goes to the theater...

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