Arthur Schlesinger


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United States historian and advisor to President Kennedy (born in 1917)

United States historian (1888-1965)

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When the US invaded Iraq, the historian Arthur Schlesinger wrote that Bush's grand strategy was "alarmingly similar to the policy that imperial Japan employed at the time of Pearl Harbour".
American historian Arthur Schlesinger states, "[we must] not treat history as an enormous grab bag with a prize for everybody" to rationalize every policy proposal.
Some of the names are likely familiar to the average educated reader, such as authors Saul Bellow, Jonathan Franzen, Toni Morrison, Salman Rushdie, Arthur Schlesinger, and Elie Wiesel; directors Spike Lee, David Lynch, and Martin Scorcese; architect Daniel Libeskind; and actress/activist Jane Fonda.
When Arthur Schlesinger wrote "The Vital Center" in 1949, the center was acknowledged to be liberal, in which the traditional role of government is investing in the common good within the framework of a free capitalist society.
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She said other names in the eclectic mix of viewpoints include: Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Like his contemporary, John Kenneth Galbraith, Arthur Schlesinger has been an incisive commentator on the American political scene for more than half a century.
Edward Kennedy, administration officials Robert McNamara and Arthur Schlesinger, White House photographer Cecil Stroughton, Nikita Khrushchev's interpreter Viktor Sukhodrev, historians, journalists and even Cuban refugees.
One of the most startling quotes on the back of the book is from historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Most notable has been the essay of Professor Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
He argues that Brownson's conversion was not the result of disillusionment with human nature as Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
While this criticism evokes arguments advanced by staunch opponents of multiculturalism--best expressed in North America by the historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
The honorees included Betsy and Walter Cronkite, Alexandra and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.