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He found fault with all ethnic groups; found none of them particularly noble.

Eagleburger was married to the former Marlene Ann Heinemann, who died last year. Her family was in the bakery business in Milwaukee. An earlier marriage ended in divorce.

Their home was a 40-acre estate west of Charlottesville, Va., where Eagleburger enjoyed listening to opera and playing poker, which he often did with reporters accompanying him and Kissinger on long overseas flights.

“Lawrence is not a worrier,” his wife once said. “If he thinks he can do something about a problem, he does. If he doesn’t, he can compartmentalize it and come back to it.”

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Associated Press writers Matthew Lee and Dina Cappiello contributed to this report.