DIPLOMACY: Moyniham to the U.N.

By the accounts of most diplomats, John Scali, 57, has been a resourceful, effective U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. But last week a clutch of stories in the press declared that Scali was on his way out. The man who reportedly, over lunch with a journalist friend, leaked the news is also Scali's rumored successor: Daniel Patrick Moynihan, 48, former Ambassador to India and the social policy Mr. Fixit of the Johnson and Nixon Administrations. President Ford's choice of Moynihan has not been confirmed by the White House; however, it is...

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