In this issue:
Ambassador Lodge Corrects the Record
Ambassador Lodge was not, to put it mildly indeed, a favorite of the career people in the Department of State . . . . He was a large, imposing manevery inch a New England aristocrat. He simply took it for granted that he would be looked up to and deferred to. [Full text]
Im Dennis Chapman, madam. On behalf of this Embassy I welcome you to Port-au-Prince. To be of service to you the Embassy needs to know approximately how long you plan to stay in Haiti, as well as your home address in the U.S.A.
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