Various interviews between 1958 and 1964 in the United States (USA) ·· missing
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In 1957, his junior year, two impressive things happened to Karim. He made the dean’s list and became the Aga Khan. He decided he would have to interrupt his studies, but in the fall of 1958 he returned to Harvard accompanied, because of his new political and religious functions, by a “public relations representative.” Karim badly needed someone to arrange things with the press because, as the Aga Khan, he was in great demand for interviews, especially on television.
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