THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: An International Natural Resource

Amidst the swirling uncertainties of the White House, one man pursues his remarkable rounds unafraid of the past or the future.

Henry Kissinger in many ways is still more presidential aide than Secretary of State. He seems to fit a little better back in his corner office of the White House West Wing. He is almost too short (5 ft. 8 in.), and his double chin gets out of control too easily (much to his distress) for him to look the part of a bona fide Secretary. Most important, he still relishes the...

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