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Stevenson: Concerned and Brilliant—His Finest Hour Was in Seeking a Nuclear Test Ban

  • Ken Hechler

Abstract

When President Truman’s former Secretary of the Air Force Thomas Finletter interviewed me for a presidential campaign position with Governor Stevenson in the spring of 1956, he warned: “If you go to work for this man, keep in mind that if Socrates were alive today, Stevenson would tie him in knots with his logic.”

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© Judge Alvin Liebling 2007

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  • Ken Hechler

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