Dulles: a biography of Eleanor, Allen and John Foster Dulles and their family network

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Dial Press, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 530 pages
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Biographical profiles cast light on John Foster's impact in the areas of law and foreign affairs, Allen's experiences as a junior diplomat and intelligence officer, and their sister Eleanor's expertise in international economics and German and Austrian af

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User Review  - kerns222 - LibraryThing

Hard to believe how single-mindedly Republican (in the red-state, let's-not-give-a-commie-a-break, if-we-kill-a-jillion-that's-the-way-it-has-to-be kind of way) John Foster Dulles became when he dealt ... Read full review

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I have to question the honesty of this book or the accuracy of the quotes the author claims to have been made by the various people mentioned in the book.. It was so easy to tell which people he liked ... Read full review

Contents

prologue The Man Upstairs
3
chapter one Cradle Marks
13
chapter two Breaking Out
28
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