The private diary of a public servant.

New York, Macmillan, 1955.

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Subjects Politics and government
United States -- Politics and government -- 1953-1961.
United States.
United States. Department of State. International Information Administration.
Description 171 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1955.
Summary Account of what a private citizen felt and heard during 5 months in Washington as special consultant to the International Information Administration.
Contents Summons to Washington -- The books begin to burn -- My education in politics begins -- We take up the "book mess" -- A vain plea to Herbert Hoover -- Up Capitol Hill -- We get a "new" directive -- The wheels grind slowly on -- The bakers are canceled -- Time marches on -- The Reed Harris case -- McCarthy flouts Nixon -- The White House inner circle -- The junior senator comes to dinner -- The men of God and a woman -- The boys persist -- The reorganization plan is announced -- The gullible senator -- What do words mean? -- Hearings and face saving -- The librarians speak up -- The picture brightens -- Schine gives me a little list -- Brett and Cousins join up -- The tide begins to turn -- A senate committee in action -- Expedience wins over principle -- The record of our stewardship -- A farewell to arms.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)191236
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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