Moynihan's Candidacy

Rabinowitz, Dorothy
September 1976
New Republic;9/4/76, Vol. 175 Issue 10, p13
Focuses on the performance of Daniel Patrick Moynihan as the ambassador of the United Nations. Reference to the charges of undiplomatic behavior directed at the U.S. Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Lawrence H. Silberman for his breaches of orthodoxy in the case of Lazlo Toth, a naturalized American citizen held in jail for a year by the Yugoslavs on charges that he was a spy; Criticism of Moynihan for his style of functioning; Persistence of Moynihan in eschewing of the diplomatic equivalents for taking a firm stand when the strategy of silence is insufficient; Reference to the candidacy of Moynihan for the United States Senate.


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