Johnson, Gerald
April 1952
New Republic;4/21/52, Vol. 126 Issue 16, p17
This article presents information on the book "The Private Papers of Senator Vandenberg," edited by Arthur H. Vandenberg. The author of this book, for years cherished the desire, but never found time, to write a life of Saint Paul. The younger Vandenberg has no doubt that the basis of this desire is revealed in the book, for his father's conversion from isolationism to internationalism was the most profound psychological experience in his public career, as the light on the road was in that of the Apostle.


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