John Foster Dulles: the road to power
Based on Dulles's private and public papers, this biography examines the years before his appointment as Eisenhower's Secretary of State, from his early life to his work with President Truman
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Dulles and the Paris Peace Conference 1919
Dulles as Lawyer 19191929
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