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National Affairs: I, John Foster Dulles

Probated in Manhattan the day after John Foster Dulles' funeral was a final official document: his will. Drawn ten months earlier, it left to Janet Dulles the...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Patient's Progress

Blasted daily by million-volt X rays aimed at the cancer in his abdomen, John Foster Dulles started his third week in Walter Reed Army Hospital thoughtfully...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Broad-Picture Man

(See Cover) During a high-level diplomatic conference in Paris last February, two U.S. State Department officials found it necessary to consult their boss...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Acid Test

Secretary of State John Foster Dulles correctly foresaw that the Communists would get short-term, tactical advantages from last summer's Parley at the Summit...

National Affairs: in Defense of Dulles

Dropping by the White House one morning last week in his official role of chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, New Hampshire's Styles Bridges...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Back to the Factory

When the U.S. DC-6 bearing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles appeared over Don Muang Airport one afternoon last week, Thailand's Prime Minister...

THE AMERICAS: Famous Friends

Just by arriving when he did, U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles made one of the most important points of his two-day trip to Brazil last week. It was...

THE NATION: Man of the Year

(See Cover) In an icy conference room in West Berlin one day last February, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov sang an old, sour song. After nine years of delay...

Communists: Around to the Dulles Position

In a celebrated 1956 attack on the principle of nonalignment, John Foster Dulles defined neutralism as a policy that "pretends that a nation can best gain...

SOUTHEAST ASIA: Clearing the Air

It had been four months since the gaudy Bulganin-Khrushchev bandwagon bounced across South Asia, and the time had come to take a close look at the lingering...

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