Greece: Return & Fall of the Native

Though born a Greek, Andreas Papandreou grew up to become as American as Harvard Yard and the U.S.

Navy. He served time in both before and during World War II, stayed on to marry an Illinois girl and become chairman of the economics department at the University of California at Berkeley. But once a Greek, always a Greek. Drawn by nostalgia and political ambition, he went home three years ago and gave up his U.S. citizenship. Last February, he got himself elected to Parliament and promptly became the top aide to Greece's Premier—who...

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