THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: The Man with the Wry Eye


Up until now, Henry Kissinger may have had more fun than almost anybody else on this earth.

Hard work—sure. Moments of anger and frustration—certainly. But for the most part, as he has gone about his remarkable rounds he has produced a lot of peace, and injected quite a bit of good sense, all the while casting a wry eye over the singular doings of mankind.

A growing worry in Washington is that President Nixon, to ease his own crisis, is allowing his Secretary of State to drift into the Watergate mess, a situation that would bring Kissinger's resignation if it impaired...

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