DIPLOMACY: For Now, Standing Pat at the U.N.

The most talkative and talked-about ambassador the U.S. has ever sent to the United Nations would not be muzzled. That was stated clearly last week as Daniel Patrick Moynihan emerged from a 40-minute White House session in which President Ford dissuaded him from resigning in protest over lack of State Department support. Announced the White House: "The President and Secretary Kissinger encouraged Ambassador Moynihan to continue to speak out candidly and forcefully on major issues coming before the U.N."

As a sort of ambassadorial fighting Irishman, Pat Moynihan has be] come an...

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