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Personal History - Study Guide Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Early in 1962, the Grahams fly to Los Angeles to finalize formation of the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service, which begins with thirty-two subscribers and expands to over 600 worldwide. Vacationing with the Bohlens in July, Phil appears well and balanced, and Kay deludes herself into thinking he is cured. JFK names Bohlen ambassador to France, and the Grahams attend their send-off party. In Florida, Kay notices that Phil's mood swings are becoming more frequent and affecting her. Needing to be constantly on the go, Phil buys ARTnews and orders a family trip to Europe before sending Don off to Harvard. Phil advises his son to avoid the Crimson and concentrate on broadening his horizons, but Don soon becomes its president. Phil pulls off an incredible coup by wooing the preeminent columnist, Walter Lippmann, to the Post and Newsweek. Phil's mind is still functioning brilliantly as...

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