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Entering New Worlds: The Memoirs Of A Private Man In Public Life

Entering New Worlds: The Memoirs Of A Private Man In Public Life

By Max M. Kampelman

HarperCollins, 1991, 402 pp.

This engaging and thoughtful autobiography makes clear how a commitment to human rights unifies the experience of a man who was a pacifist and conscientious objector in World War II, a longtime aide and admirer of Hubert Humphrey, and both a human rights diplomat and nuclear arms negotiator in the Reagan administration. The chapters on dealing with Soviet counterparts are particularly interesting.