John Foster Dulles And The Diplomacy Of The Cold War

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John Foster Dulles And The Diplomacy Of The Cold War

Edited by Richard H. Immerman
Princeton University Press, 1990
297 pp. $29.95
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Here are original essays by accomplished historians depicting John Foster Dulles as more complicated and calculating-though not necessarily farsighted-than the image propagated by an earlier generation of writers. He was masterful in achieving short-term objectives. His penchant for simplistic slogans was more a conscious public relations device than a reflection of the way his mind worked.

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