John Foster Dulles
(25 Feb 1888 - 24 May 1959)
American diplomat who served as U.S. Secretary of State (1953-1959) to President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He fostered close cooperation between the Department of State and the Central Intelligence Agency, and left an indelible mark upon U.S. foreign policy for international mutual security agreements designed to contain communism.
Science Quotes by John Foster Dulles (1 quote)
Natural science has outstripped moral and political science. That is too bad; but it is a fact, and the fact does not disappear because we close our eyes to it.
— John Foster Dulles
In War or Peace (1950).