Kissinger Receives Grant for Research

Henry A. Kissinger '50, associate of Government, will conduct a of the evolution of governments in developed countries with from the Carnegie Corporation. This as last week, grant Kis prepared one of the two books he ritten on the arms race, Nuclear ons and Foreign Policy. His other is The Necessity of Choice. In his work at the University, is serving as a to President Kennedy.

Carnegie grants announced by Corporation will finance a study by ational Bureau of Economic about the effect of college education an individual's income. The Council of Learned Societies' basic of suport for research and of a scholarly or educational will be assisted by Carnegie funds.