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Dean Rusk Interview Details March 19, 1958
Summary of Topics Covered:
Rusk explains Marshall’s understanding of the importance of the United Nations, taking the view of the UN into consideration where significant foreign affairs decisions where being made. Rusk describes Marshall as a very skillful leader of the U. S. delegation to the UN and considers him one of the “two greatest living Americans” – the other being Eleanor Roosevelt.
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