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Charles Wick Was USIA Director for Reagan

He started Radio Martí, among other accomplishments.

The longest-serving director of the United States Information Agency died at age 90 this week.

The New York Times has details of the life of Charles Wick, who ran the organization in the Reagan administration.

He was born Charles Zwick but later changed his name to Charles Z. Wick.