Foreign News: TWO NO. 2's

The jury of South Korea's voters pivoted around two men, one the Vice President and the other Vice President-elect. As personalities, neither could be characterized as a strong man. But as symbols of what is right and wrong in South Korea, they could not have been better chosen.

John M. Chang, 60, whose Korean name is Chang Myun, is Korea's leading Catholic layman and the most articulate spokesman for the opposition Democratic Party. Broad-shouldered and sil ver-haired, he looks like the dean of a divinity school, is actually a for mer Seoul high school principal who studied law at New York's...

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