Arthur Schlesinger Jr.

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

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Among those most notably implicated were historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
It is extremely puzzling that despite Johnson's limited record of success, in addition to the Vietnam involvement, which remains even after Watergate, the biggest and most costly deception ever perpetrated on the American people, in a recent evaluation of the American presidents by Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
A member of the New York State Legislature, assistant secretary of the Navy, unsuccessful Democratic candidate for vice president in 1920, governor of New York from 1929 to 1933, Roosevelt showed in all he did, historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Leading Cuban historical participants in the crisis will host such Americans as former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara; Theodore Sorensen, counsel and speechwriter to President Kennedy; and JFK aide and Pulitzer Prize winning historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
In the '70s, the neoconservatives did represent continuity with the Cold War liberal tradition of Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Bundy supervised the staff of the National Security Council and was among the group of young advisers Kennedy had called on that also included Ted Sorensen and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Wills attacks the liberal idea that bully pulpit presidents can do good via an elliptical and zealous discussion of Henry Steele Commager and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Among those who pay homage are historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
With each prominent New Dealer acting as his own employment agency," writes historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Hundreds of famous guests have performed on stage at the Browning Center including: choral director Norman Luboff, singer-songwriter John Denver, historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Cherniss rightfully places Berlin in a wider world of postwar liberals-including some American thinkers like Reinhold Niebuhr and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
So, just 24 months after the assassination, Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Chosen as one of the 100 best nonfiction books of the 20th century by the Modern Library in 1999, much to the annoyance of Williams' ideological rival Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
He says as much on the first page of The Icarus Syndrome, telling the story of a 2006 lunch with Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
He begins by noting the charges by Paul Krugman and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.