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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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

Contents

PROLOGUE The Man Upstairs
3
CHAPTER ONE Cradle Marks
13
CHAPTER TWO Breaking Out
28
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