Journalist, government official. U.S. Department of Justice, Assistant Director of Public Information (1964-1964), Director of Public Information (1964-1967), U.S. Department of State, Executive Assistant to Under Secretary Nicholas deB. Katzenbach (1966-1967), Harvard Institute of Politics, Kennedy Fellow (1967-1968), New York Times, Urban Correspondent, Washington Bureau (1969-1973), Editorial Page Editor (1986-1993), Magazine Editor (1993-2000). Personal and professional papers consisting of correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, schedules, and speeches. Topics include the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of State, the Civil Rights movement, organized crime, and wiretapping.