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"The point is," the Secretary-General said sharply, "that I can't help anybody much
. This man and his country have virtually destroyed my office and the UN itself." "
But without the Secretary-General," Terry objected with a sunny disbelief, "where
"Sherry will be fine," the Secretary said. Tve got to cut down on this UN high life. I
don't see how you regulars stand it" "It took me a while to arrive at a happy
compromise," the S.-G. admitted with a smile. "The British left us a drinking
tradition in ...
"He wasn't advised at all," the Secretary said bluntly. "I failed him, because I didn't
know that he had advanced the hour of his press conference. It was an
understandable human error." "The world turns these days on understandable
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rocketjk - LibraryThing
This is Drury's 1966 follow-up to his Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Advise and Consent. The first was an in-depth look at the workings of the Senate and the presidency. Drury's right-wing politics ... Read full review
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A novel of its time; the ruler of the African nation of Gorotoland uses American racial inequality to push for full independence from England, using the United Nations as a forum. Of course the ruler ... Read full review