Trouble-Shooter Extraordinary

February 1945
New Republic;2/12/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p220
Presents information about Morris L. Cooke one of the U.S. President's closest advisers. Claim that Cooke prefers to be known by the simple title, "Consulting Engineer"; Details of the various works done by him; Information that he usually receives his assignments directly from the President; Reasons for his preference to work on a free-lance basis; Claim that he has seldom held a single job long enough to become known outside government; Details of his friendly personality and his scientific working technique.


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