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'Resolute pursuer of peace'

Published 03/19/2011, Associated Press

N.D. NATIVE WARREN CHRISTOPHER, SECRETARY OF STATE UNDER CLINTON, DIES AT AGE 85
• Carter: Scranton native, Rough Rider Award recipient was 'best public servant I ever knew'
When he took over as secretary of state in the Clinton administration at age 68, Warren M. Christopher, son of a Scranton, N.D., bank cashier, said he didn't expect to travel much. He went on to set a four-year mark for miles traveled by America's top diplomat. Former President Jimmy Carter, in his memoirs, called Christopher "the best public servant I ever knew."

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