Heroes, Hacks, and Fools: Memoirs from the Political Inside

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University of Washington Press, Jan 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 306 pages
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Ted Van Dyk, a shrewd veteran of countless national political and policy fights, casts fresh light on many of the leading personalities and watershed events of American politics since JFK. He was a Pentagon intelligence analyst during the Berlin Crisis of 1961 and an aide to Jean Monnet and other leaders of the European movement before serving at the Johnson White House as Vice President Humphrey’s senior advisor and alter ego. He was involved in that administration’s Great Society triumphs and its Vietnam tragedy.

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Ted Van Dyk is a good man...I worked with him at Columbia in the post68 bust era...and this book is terrific info and a lot of fun!!! Read full review

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