People: May 27, 1985

Though his travels have taken him to Moscow, Paris and Peking, there is one less celebrated spot with a special meaning for Henry Kissinger: Spartanburg, S.C. It was there in 1943 that the former Secretary of State became a naturalized U.S. citizen after entering the Army to fight against Germany, from which he had fled five years earlier. Kissinger, 62, was back in Spartanburg last week to tell the graduating class at the University of South Carolina that his naturalization was "the greatest privilege of my life." He also took to task some of his former colleagues at Harvard, where he...

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