People, May 7, 1973

The "best" of a long line of "the best and the brightest"? Henry Kissinger took a bow before his major policy speech on Europe at the annual lunch of the Associated Press in Manhattan. He then explained why the flattering introduction by A.P. Chairman Paul Miller gave him pause. It seems that in the early winter of 1968, President-elect Nixon and Kissinger had paid a visit to L.B.J. The larger-than-life Texan offered a bit of advice on how to ferret out the tattletales of state secrets. "If you want to find out where...

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