Nation: Glory and Danger

Concluding his Boston foreign policy speech (see story page 14), Secretary of State Henry Kissinger stated a pious hope that deserves a moment's consideration above the din of conflict:

"Americans have always made history rather than let history chart our course. We, the present generation of Americans, will do no less. So let this year mark the end of our divisions. Let us usher in an era of national reconciliation and rededication by all Americans to their common destiny. Let us have a clear vision of what is before us—glory and danger alike."


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