World Trade: Robin Hood at Geneva

The leaden skies of Geneva frowned down last week on a group of visitors distinguished for their diversity even in that international city. There strolled His Serene Highness, Prince Heinrich of Liechtenstein; there primped Cuba's demoniac-looking Che Guevara, whose seaweed beard and green fatigues seemed to make him quite a hit with the ladies. By day, the delegates from 122 countries filled every one of the 2,300 seats in the four-tiered Palais des Nations; by night, many of them savored Geneva's strip-teasers or Cadillaced across the border to the French casinos. Then...

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