Henry Kissinger's nomination as Secretary of State serves as a reminder that, after the Albert Einsteins and the Arturo Toscaninis, already-distinguished refugees from the European fascism of the 1930s, a whole new generation of immigrants have made contributions to the U.S. Among them:
Mike Nichols, 41, movie director,
came from Germany in 1939.
Claes Oldenburg, 44, artist, from
Sweden in 1938.
I.M. Pei, 56, architect, from China
Helmut Sonnenfeldt, 46, awaiting
confirmation as Under Secretary of the
Treasury, from Germany in 1944.
Charles Bluhdorn, 46, chairman,
Gulf & Western, from Austria in 1942.
Lukas Foss, 51, composer-conductor,