Education: Diplomat's Progress

When Raymond B. Allen resigned last month as president of the University of Washington, his loyal board of regents voiced only mild regrets. "Allen is one hell of a good man," explained one regent, "but my God, he is never here." In the last two years Allen had been spending more & more time on Government business, and when Harry Truman appointed him director of the Psychological Strategy Board, it seemed that he might be out of the academic world for good. But last week Raymond Allen announced that after spending the next few months in Washington, he would be right...

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