STATES & CITIES: Brotherly Love


Chilled by the frosty rebuffs of Westchester and squirming under the ham-handed salesmanship of would-be hosts, U.N.'s site-hunting delegates started out on a cross-country junket last week, ready for anything. First stop was Philadelphia. As they clambered down from the train at North Philadelphia station, the here-we-go-again air was unmistakable.

But this time, to their pleased amaze, things were different. Philadelphia made no bones about wanting U.N. What was more, it seemed determined to present its case with becoming restraint. As the motorcade moved decorously out, not a siren...

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