In light of the dynastic turn of affairs in 2008. this entry seems particularly apt.
Great for any real student of history
Mark Safranski has pointed out that the papers of Allen Dulles, long-serving director of the Central Intelligence Agency, are now available online. Some commentary on the Eisenhower Administration follows Zen’s pointing out of the availability of the papers.
Interesting stuff. For example, see this note to Kermit Roosevelt just days after the fall of Mossadegh in Iran.
The Dulles family was quite an accomplished one with Allen’s brother, John Foster Dulles, serving as Eisenhower’s Secretary of State and their sister, Eleanor, also working for the State Department.
I thought I might add this as my contribution to the reminiscences about the Eisenhower Administration: