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Warren Christopher served as Secretary of State during Bill Clinton’s first term in office. In a new memoir, he relates not only his experiences as the nation’s chief diplomat, but also shares the highlights of his career in public service over the course of half a century.
- Warren Christopher Author and former Secretary of State
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