STIMSON: One Adviser Remembers Another

McCloy, John J.
March 1961
New Republic;3/20/61, Vol. 144 Issue 12, p16
Profiles the U.S. politician Henry L. Stimson. Influence of politician Elihu Root on decisions of Stimson; Leisure activities of Stimson; View of Stimson on U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt; Fact that greatness in leaders was usually associated with those who honestly and fully enjoyed the exercise of power.


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