William Tobey on remembering Max Kampelman

Remembering Max Kampelman
By William Tobey
Foreign Policy

“In a city that honors bipartisanship but rarely achieves it, Ambassador Kampelman lived it. He was also able to bridge superficially contradictory ideas: pacifism and fighting the Nazis; labor rights and anti-communism; a willingness to negotiate with Moscow and a clear-eyed view of the Soviet threat.”

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