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Grumbach, Doris
January 1975
New Republic;1/25/75, Vol. 172 Issue 4, p33
Comments on the Washington, DC memorial service for Walter Lippmann, in honor of his years of distinguished service to newspapers and magazines in the United States. Government represented by Henry Kissinger in recognition of Lippmann's role as consultant and adviser to Presidents; Role in instructing young writers; Role of Lippmann in "The New Republic" magazine.


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