Clare Crawford-Mason

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Latest from Clare Crawford-Mason
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Brezhnev Remembered: Armand Hammer Recounts a Warm Side of a Fearsome Leader
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Ambassador Under Fire
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Wheeler-Dealer Armand Hammer Pounces on the Main Chance Like a Dog on a Bone
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The Capitol Lobbyist Is a Hale Fellow, Well Met—if You're in Congress
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As State's Man, Hodding Carter Used to Meet the Press; Now He's More Likely to Beat It
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Tested Themselves in Tehran, Richard & Cynthia Helms Expect Tough Times for U.S. Diplomats
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Ed Muskie's Hostage Struggle Is Over, but the Families' Courage Is Still Being Tested
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No Longer Breathing Fire, 'Dragon Lady' Anna Chennault Adopts a Two-China Policy
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Ann Buchwald Tells All About Life, Love and Art in Paris—when She Can Get a Word in
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Sen. Lowell Weicker Angles for Lunch with Fidel Castro—and Pulls Off a Feat of Shutter Diplomacy
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In the Do-or-Die Final Days, the Carter-Reagan Race Is the First That Could Turn on a Pollster Glitch
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Psychologist Phyllis Magrab Taxes Politicians with yet Another Crime: They Make Lousy Parents
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A Genteel Family Feud Smolders Over a Film on the Peabodys of Boston by One of Their Own
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'Made in Japan' Is No Joke Now, Thanks to Edwards Deming: His New Problem Is 'Made in U.S.A.'
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Affairs of State May Occupy Ed Muskie's Mind, but His Heart Belongs to 'mommy'
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John Anderson Pins His Presidential Future to Lawyer Mitchell Rogovin's Skill
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Gordon Liddy's Strange Life Leaves His Family—Surprise—Healthy, Intact and Proud of Him
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While Husband Seth Marks Her Absent, Shirley Hufstedler Attends to the Birth of D.o.e.
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The Mills Family Murders: Could It Be Jim Jones' Last Revenge?
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Rev. Robert Kramer, Ex-Pothead, Crusades Against Drug Merchants Aiming for Preteen Consumers
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Post-Khomeini, Which Are the World's Shakiest Nations? Marvin Cetron Offers Some Startling Candidates Near Home
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Rosalynn Carter
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William Webster
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Kissinger Reveals What He Did to Find Asylum for the Shah (Plus What He Denies Doing)