THE ADMINISTRATION: The Difficulty of Being Henry Kissinger

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In his speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors last week, Kissinger gave no sign that he planned to step down, but he also sounded like a man somewhat chastened by adversity. "In our foreign involvement, we have oscillated between exuberance and exhaustion, between crusading and retreats into self-doubt." That is surely a description of his own recent state of mind as well as his country's policies.

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