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Dean Acheson : a life in the Cold War - Beisner, Robert L.
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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 46 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: . . . them seriously. Of course there will be no engagement for the present as I want to look them all over very carefully before I make up my mind, and I should not want to make any final promise for two or even three weeks at the very earliest, as the whole matter must be gone into very earnestly, and a Queen must always think of her people and remember that while one hand rocks the cradle the other rules the realm. I think that is awfully clever and so I put it down here although I didnt think of it myself. Im not quick that way, but of course, it takes all kinds of people to make a world and we cant all be brilliant. One doesnt buy a pig in a poke, and a husband is so very much more important than a pig, isnt he As I have said before I often feel that the reason why so many marriages are not happy is because people dont think about it enough beforehand. I read somewhere that all marriage was a gamble, and I think that is a tremendous saying. Quite obviously, Balkis was willing. 4 The news of her matrimonial inclinations spread across Arabia and into neighboring countries with astonishing rapidity, and in a very short time every ruler, potentate, monarch and princeling who could afford the journey was on his way to Sheba to look at the Queen. 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"Dean Acheson was one of the most influential Secretaries of State in U.S. history, presiding over American foreign policy during the pivotal decade after World War II. During his vastly influential career, Acheson spearheaded the greatest foreign policy achievements in modern times, ranging from the Marshall Plan to the establishment of NATO. In a book filled with insight based on research in government archives, memoirs, letters, and diaries, historian Beisner illuminates Acheson's policy-making, describing how he led the State Department and managed his relationship with Truman. The book examines Acheson's major triumphs, including the highly underrated achievement of converting West Germany and Japan from mortal enemies to prized allies, and does not shy away from examining his missteps. But underlying all his actions, Beisner shows, was a tough-minded determination to outmatch the strength of the Soviet bloc--indeed, to defeat the Soviet Union at every turn." -- DJ flap. || Contents: Acknolwedgments --; Definitions of acronyms and abbreviations --; 1.; Introduction : "The shiniest fish that ever came out of the sea" --; pt. 1 --; 2.; Rare meat : adding reach to power --; 3.; Patterns of peril : joining the cold warriors --; 4.; Rome and Carthage : the Truman Doctrine --; 5.; The Marshall Plan and return to private life --; pt. 2 --; 6.; The inner and outer Acheson --; 7.; Acheson, the president and the State Department --; 8.; Keeping the Americans in, the Russians out, and the Germans down, 1949 --; 9.; Strategy in Europe : backing the West, probing the East --; 10.; Looking for chances in China, 1949 --; 11.; Neither wood nor ivory : checkmated in China, 1949-1950 --; 12.; Other early encounters with Asia and the Middle East --; pt. 3 --; 13.; Weapons : the H-bomb --; 14.; Words : NSC-68, public opinion, and total diplomacy --; 15.; Real diplomacy, in Europe, 1949-1950 --; 16.; Plunge into the unknown : the United States, Indochina, and China on the eve of the Korean War --; 17.; Friends in place : Acheson and Alger Hiss --; 18.; Evil days.; pt. 4 --; 19.; Testing ground -- Korea --; 20.; In the cockpit --; 21.; Prodding evolution with action : German rearmament --; 22.; Acceleration from a running start --; pt. 5 --; 23.; In thrall : ironic failures in Korea --; 24.; Job's comforter and the Mad Satrap --; 25.; Captives of war --; 26.; At different ends of the triangle : domestic debates, European armies, British allies --; pt. 6 --; 27.; Command in Japan --; 28.; Failure in Indochina and China --; 29.; Razor edge sensibilities : ANZUS and India --; 30.; Falling between two stools : the Middle East, North Africa, and Africa --; 31.; Picking up sticks in Egypt and Iran --; 32.; Jousting with Mosadeq, waiting for Nasser --; 33.; Latin America : critical but not serious --; pt. 7 --; 34.; Lisbon to letdown : the fate of the EDC --; 35.; Apples of discord : Germany and the Soviet Union, 1952 --; 36.; Scope for the exercise of every vital power --; 37.; Conclusion : Power for a purpose --; A note to the reader --; Notes --; Index. || Statesmen -- United States -- Biography. Cold War. Diplomatieke betrekkingen. Buitenlandse politiek. Koude Oorlog. Named Person: Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971. Acheson, Dean. Geographic: United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1953. Verenigde Staten. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references (p. [661]-768) and index., Oxford University Press, 2006

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Dean Acheson was one of the most influential Secretaries of State in U.S. history, presiding over American foreign policy during a pivotal era--the decade after World War II when the American Century slipped into high gear. During his vastly influential career, Acheson spearheaded the greatest foreign policy achievements in modern times, ranging from the Marshall Plan to the establishment of NATO. In this acclaimed biography, Robert L. Beisner paints an indelible portrait of one of the key figures of the last half-century. In a book filled with insight based on research in government archives, memoirs, letters, and diaries, Beisner illuminates Acheson's major triumphs, including the highly underrated achievement of converting West Germany and Japan from mortal enemies to prized allies, and does not shy away from examining his missteps. But underlying all his actions, Beisner shows, was a tough-minded determination to outmatch the strength of the Soviet bloc--indeed, to defeat the Soviet Union at every turn. The book also sheds light on Acheson's friendship with Truman--one, a bourbon-drinking mid-Westerner with a homespun disposition, the other, a mustachioed Connecticut dandy who preferred perfect martinis. Over six foot tall, with steel blue, "merry, searching eyes" and a "wolfish" grin, Dean Acheson was an unforgettable character--intellectually brilliant, always debonair, and tough as tempered steel. This lustrous portrait of an immensely accomplished an 20th century,americas,biographies,diplomacy,executive branch,historical,history,international and world politics,leaders and notable people,political Biographies, Oxford University Press

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Dean Acheson was one of the most influential secretaries of state in U.S. history, presiding over American foreign policy during a pivotal era which saw the Marshall Plan and the establishment of NATO.

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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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