Ambassador Stevenson

January 1961
New Yorker;1/28/1961, Vol. 36 Issue 50, p24
The article profiles Adlai Stevenson, the Ambassador of the United States to the United Nations (UN) in 1961. It includes background information on Stevenson and his career as a diplomat, his views on his job as a UN Ambassador and his various duties and responsibilities as the American Ambassador to the UN.


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