THE STATE DEPARTMENT
The U.S. ambassador to Guinea was under house arrest, and hostile mobs screamed the standard litany of anti-American slogans outside the embassy.
Last week's outburst in Conakry (see THE WORLD) was admittedly only a mini-crisis by postwar standards. Nonetheless, it provided a lively climax to Under Secretary of State Nicholas deB.
Katzenbach's first month in the State Department which included four days in Viet Nam and two weeks as Acting Secretary of State while Dean Rusk was attending the Manila Conference.
Though hardly a stranger to domestic crisis, Katzenbach, 44, had had no direct experience with foreign policy be fore...