He was instrumental in the 1973 closure of Junior Village, an understaffed and abusive center for impoverished children.
He was a combat veteran of three wars and chief of naval operations under three presidents.
He helped build Japan’s nuclear power industry and presided over the country’s economic success.
He led the FDA during the 1980s AIDS crisis and later guided the U.S. medical response to emergencies.
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