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Warren Christopher

Warren Christopher became U.S. secretary of state in 1993. During his four years of service, he logged more miles than any other secretary of state for a comparable period. He had been a law clerk to Supreme Court justice William O. Douglas, a chairman of the Los Angeles law firm O'Melveny and Myers, U.S. deputy attorney general (1967-1969), and U.S. deputy secretary of state (1977-1981). He is a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and numerous other awards and honorary degrees, and...See more