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  CNN Cold War - Profile: John Foster Dulles
Born in Washington, D.C., on February 25, 1888, John Foster Dulles -- son of a Presbyterian minister and grandson of a former secretary of state -- enjoyed a privileged youth.
In 1945, Dulles became a prominent Republican participant in bipartisan foreign policy endeavors, serving as senior U.S. adviser to the 1945 San Francisco conference of the United Nations.
Dulles and Eisenhower pursued a policy of strength toward the Soviet Union and communist China.
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  John Foster Dulles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Foster Dulles, the son of a Presbyterian minister, was born in Washington D.C., and attended public schools in New York.
Dulles was appointed to the United States Senate as a Republican on July 7, 1949, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Democrat Robert F. Wagner.
Dulles was one of the pioneers of Mutually Assured Destruction and brinkmanship.
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 United States of America Medal of Freedom Recipient John Foster Dulles - Major, United States Army - United States ...
Dulles' father was the Rev. Allen Macy Dulles, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Watertown, N. A liberal clergyman, he questioned whether belief in the Virgin Birth was essential to being a Christian, and he married divorced persons.
Dulles' conviction that he, with experience in foreign affairs dating to the Hague Conference of 1907, with a rich family background of diplomacy, was the man best qualified to call the turns of United States foreign policy.
Dulles picked up the "open skies" proposal that President Eisenhower made to the Russians at the summit conference of 1955 and used it to underline the essentiality of mutual inspection during long and inconclusive negotiations on all aspects of disarmament.
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 John Foster Dulles
John Foster Dulles (February 2, 1888–May 24, 1959) was an American statesman who served as Secretary of State under President Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953 - 1959.
Dulles upset the leaders of several non-aligned countries when on 9th June, 1955, he argued in one speech that "neutrality has increasingly become an obsolete and except under very exceptional circumstances, it is an immoral and shortsighted conception."
Dulles, suffering from cancer, was forced to resign from office in April, 1959 and died in Washington on 24th May, 1959.
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 Brain-Juice | Biography of John Foster Dulles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Dulles was born February 25, 1888 on I Street in Washington, DC, during the famous blizzard of '88.
Dulles served as foreign policy consultant to the Republican Party beginning around 1942, and he served as foreign policy advisor to his campaign in both of Dewey's failed bids for president in 1944 and 1948.
Dulles ignored etiquette that called him to act as a quiet junior senator and ruffled feathers by giving a long speech in defense of NATO in one of his first appearances on the Senate floor.
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Allen Dulles, the younger brother of U.S. State Secretary John Foster Dulles (1953-59), was the mastermind of U.S. covert operations during the Cold War in the 1950s.
The Dulles brothers later demonstrate their loyalty to the company when it's assets in Guatemala are nationalized in 1954 by socialist leader Guillermo Arbenz.
In that capacity, Allen Dulles masterminds and orchestrates a number of remarkable covert intelligence operations such as the overthrow of Iranian nationalist leader Mohammed Mossagdeh (1953), the overthrow of Guatemalan leader Guilermo Arbenz (1954), and secret U-2 reconaissance flights over Russia which reveal that the Soviet nuclear arsenal is far smaller than Kruschev boasted.
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 AllRefer.com - John Foster Dulles (U.S. History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Washington, D.C.; grandson of John Watson Foster, Secretary of State under President Benjamin Harrison, and nephew of Robert Lansing, Secretary of State under Woodrow Wilson.
Regarding Communism as a moral evil to be resisted at any cost, he firmly upheld the Chinese Nationalist defense of Matsu and Quemoy off the coast of Communist China and initiated the policy of strong U.S. backing for the South Vietnamese regime of Ngo Dinh Diem.
Dulles helped develop the Eisenhower doctrine of economic and military aid to maintain the independence of Middle Eastern countries; under its terms U.S. forces were sent to Lebanon in 1958.
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 John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State
Dulles' father was the Rev. Allen Macy Dulles, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Watertown, N. A liberal clergyman, he questioned whether belief in the Virgin Birth was essential to being a Christian, and he married divorced persons.
Dulles' conviction that he, with experience in foreign affairs dating to the Hague Conference of 1907, with a rich family background of diplomacy, was the man best qualified to call the turns of United States foreign policy.
Dulles picked up the "open skies" proposal that President Eisenhower made to the Russians at the summit conference of 1955 and used it to underline the essentiality of mutual inspection during long and inconclusive negotiations on all aspects of disarmament.
www.arlingtoncemetery.com /jfdulles.htm   (7989 words)

  
 John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State
Dulles is the man of 1954 because, in the decisive areas of international politics he played the year's most effective role.
Dulles was the first one conducted after policies and general plans for the Official Funeral had been issued late in 1949 and published with revisions in 1958.
Metzler, the Dulles family and the President and Vice President and their parties were escorted to seats under the canopy at the graveside.
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 John Foster Dulles
John Foster Dulles was the Secretary of State under Eisenhower from 1953-1960, succeeding Dean Acheson.
Dulles' criticisms were those of an opposition leader - more precise in specifying errors that in drawing up alternatives.
Dulles' approach to foreign policy was essentially moralistic and ideological.
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 Cardinal Avery Dulles Online - Dulles Online
John Paul II and the Advent of a New Millenium.
Cardinal Dulles to Catholic Colleges: Be Truly Catholic, interview with Kathryn Jean Lopez.
Cardinal nests in Fordham tower: Dulles is first to live in borough, by Robin Reardon.
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 John Foster Dulles
The metamorphosis of Avery Dulles from a boy raised in an "agnostic Protestant" internationalist family to an elderly Cardinal in the Catholic Church is so unusual that The New York Times published an interview with him in their February 11 magazine.
John Foster Dulles, the son of a Presbyterian minister, was born in Washington on 25th February, 1888.
John Foster Dulles-coming to believe that only the Gospels and international organization could preserve world order-gained wide notice as an expert on international affairs by chairing a 1941 peace commission for the Federal Council of Churches.
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 John Foster Dulles: Piety, Pragmatism, and Power in U.S. Foreign Policy:0842026002:Immerman, Richard H.:eCampus.com
John Foster Dulles was one of the most influential and controversial figures in the history of twentieth-century U.S. foreign relations.
Active in the field for decades, Dulles reflected and was a reflection of the tension that pervaded U.S. international conduct from its evolution as a global power in the early twentieth century through its emergence as the "leader of the Free World" during the Cold War.
Dulles remains an enigma because he was both a crusading idealist and a calculating practitioner of realpolitik.
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 John Foster Dulles Biography / Profile of John Foster Dulles Biographies
John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), American diplomat, was secretary of state under Eisenhower.
John Foster Dulles was born in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 25, 1888.
Educated at Princeton and the law school of George Washington University, Dulles joined the international law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell in 1911, became a partner in 1920, and was head of the firm in 1927.
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 John Foster Dulles
John Foster Dulles (February 25, 1888 - May 24, 1959) was a statesman and anti-Communist who served as secretary of state under President Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953-59.
Older brother of Allen Dulles, who directed the CIA.
The text of this article is licensed under the GFDL.
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 Notes on John Foster Dulles
Foster Dulles was one of the most disruptive bumblers in the history of US Foreign Policy.
Dulles was a man without a firm moral basis point.
Dulles was a leader in the ultra liberal anti-Christian group the Federal Council of Churches the predecessor of the N.C.C. the National Council of Churches.
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 Allen Dulles
, the son of a Presbyterian minister, and the brother of John Foster Dulles, was born in Washington in 1893.
His grandfather was John Watson Foster, Secretary of State under President Benjamin Harrison.
Dulles joined the CIA and became director of the organization in 1953.
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 Princeton - News - Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Sends Letter to Princeton Opening John Foster Dulles Microfilm
Machak noted that Dulles, who served as Secretary of State under President Dwight Eisenhower from 1953 to 1959, had wanted the historical record of his service accessible to historians and that the State Department had enabled several scholars to use the classified version of the microfilm during the last decade.
The opening of the Dulles microfilm is one of the highlights of the annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR) which is meeting this week in Princeton.
The filming project was begun at the State Department in the mid-1950s when John Foster Dulles was Secretary of State, and Dulles himself played a key role in the selection of the documents that were to be filmed.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - John Foster Dulles
Dulles, John Foster (1888-1959), American secretary of state (1953-1959), remembered as an uncompromising foe of communism.
United States Secretary of State John Foster Dulles established himself as a staunch anti-Communist in the 1950s under the administrations of...
Congress created the position of Secretary of State on July 27, 1789, as the principle officer of the Department of Foreign Affairs (later renamed...
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 Dulles, John Foster --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
Dulles, Allen W. diplomat and intelligence expert, who was director (1953–61) of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) during its early period of growth.
Dulles was one of five children of Allen Macy and Edith (Foster) Dulles.
Robert Lansing, Dulles' uncle by marriage, was secretary of state in the Cabinet of President Woodrow Wilson.
www.britannica.com /ebi/article?tocId=9321909   (775 words)

  
 The Nation, 10/18/1952 - The Inconsistency of John Foster Dulles by Gotham, Frank
...Dulles knows that the United States has never recognized Soviet annexation of the Baltic lands, and he could not have put this accusation into the platform without a blush...
...Dulles feared that Eisenhower, another professional soldier, would he at least as mindful of the Pentagon in shaping the pattern of civilian diplomacy...
...It was because Acheson-wanted to enlist Dulles in the cause of bipartisanship that Mr...
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 DULLES, John Foster (1888-1959) Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
John Foster Dulles, Peacemaker: A Biographical Sketch of the Former Secretary of State.
Ladenburger, John F. “The Philosophy of International Politics of John Foster Dulles, 1919-1952.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1969.
“John Foster Dulles and Bipartisanship, 1944-1952.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Kansas, 1981.
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 John Foster Dulles
John Foster Dulles : Piety, Pragmatism, and Power in U.S. Foreign Policy (Biographies in American Foreign Policy (Paper))
John Foster Dulles and the Diplomacy of the Cold War
Grandson and nephew of US Secretaries of State, John Foster Dulles also served in that position following a long career in the diplomatic service.
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 Biographie: John Foster Dulles, 1888-1959
Dulles wird US-Delegierter bei der Gründung der Vereinten Nationen (UN) und bei den folgend Vollversammlungen 1946, 1947 und 1950.
In der Deutschlandfrage setzt Dulles zunächst auf eine Verbindung der Frage der Wiedervereinigung mit den Sicherheitsproblemen Europas und der Forderung nach freien Wahlen.
Dulles baut seine Europapolitik auf das EVG-Projekt auf, nach dessen Scheitern seine Position gefährdet ist.
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 Dulles Papers (finding aid)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
During this time John Foster Dulles served as Consultant to Secretary of State dean Acheson and held the rank of Ambassador.
Dulles was responsible for negotiating the multilateral Treaty of Peace between the World War II Allied Powers and Japan.
Ambassador John M. Allison served as Special Assistant to John Foster Dulles during the treaty negotiations.
www.polisci.ucla.edu /faculty/trachtenberg/guide/dulles.html   (494 words)

  
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