Washington Diarist

M. P.
June 1978
New Republic;6/17/78, Vol. 178 Issue 24, p50
Presents views of the author on several topics related to social life. Discussion of the attitude of David, the author's oldest son, towards career; Appreciation on awarding of honorary degrees; Observation made by the author's younger son Jesse at a party in Europe, highlighting the habit of deference to the very rich; Disappointment to the current British ambassador to Washington, Peter Jay, and his wife, by the quality of conversation in Washington.


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