Lester PEARSON'S chief aide 1946-49, Escott Reid was instrumental in devising the idea of a collective security alliance of Western democracies, which culminated in NATO. Thereafter, his career led to New Delhi and Bonn, to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and to Glendon College, York U, as first principal. Reid's own important writings on politics and diplomacy include Time of Fear and Hope (1977), Envoy to Nehru (1981) and Hungary and Suez, 1956: A View from New Delhi (1987).
Author J.L. GRANATSTEIN
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