World: A President and a King At Odds

Once the closest of allies, Egypt's President Anwar Sadat and Jordan's King Hussein are now sharply divided over Sadat's 14-month-old peace initiative and the Camp David accords. Seated in the sunbathed garden of his Aswan house overlooking the Nile, Sadat, confident, incisive, expansive, described to Time Inc. Editor-in-Chief Hedley Donovan, Chief of Correspondents Richard Duncan and Cairo Bureau Chief Wilton Wynn the basis for his commitment to a peace treaty with Israel as the first step toward solving the problems of the Middle East. He spoke angrily of the role the Syrians, the Iraqis and others have played in obstructing his...

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