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John Hughes has been around.

When the Wales native became the Christian Science Monitor's African correspondent in 1954, it was only the beginning of a career that would make him one of the world's most traveled men. His reporting on the volatile situation in Indochina before and during the Vietnam War won a Pulitzer Prize, journalism's most prestigious award. Shortly after returning from the Far East, he was named the Monitor's editor-in-chief and, later, its publisher. Story Page A1.

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