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Boston, MA: D. R. Godine, 1979. Limited Edition stated, one of 4000 copies. Hardcover. 25 cm, xi, ,191,  pages. Illustrations. Foreword by Robert S. McNamara. Appendix. DJ has some wear, soiling, edge tears/chips. One of 4000 copies (per page after p. 191). Signed by the author on the fep. Thomas Dudley Cabot (May 1, 1897 – June 8, 1995) was an American businessman. He also became U.S. Department of State's Director of Office of International Security Affairs. Cabot was named after Thomas Dudley, the governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony who signed the charter creating Harvard College. He took courses at Boston Tech and Curtiss Flying School, becoming a World War I flight instructor at Kelly Field in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, before graduating cum laude from Harvard University in 1919. Upon graduation, Cabot started working for Cabot Corporation,[founded by his father. He was CEO of Cabot Corporation from 1922 to 1960, when he relinquished active control of the company, and went to his Boston office as director emeritus on a regular basis until his death. In 1951, Cabot was U.S. Department of State's Director of Office of International Security Affairs during the Truman administration, where he spoke for the State Department on NATO affairs, was in charge of a U.S. program arming allies throughout the world, and supervised the disbursement of $6 billion in foreign economic and military aid. In 1960, a Central Intelligence Agency cover called Gibraltar Steamship Company (whose president was Cabot) owned and established Radio Swan on Swan Island, a covert black operation to win supporters for U.S. policies and discredit Castro.
New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, c1991. Third Printing. 24 cm, 271, illus., glossary, some DJ sticker residue Emilie Carles (1900-1979) was born into the rigidly conservative patriarchal world of a poor and isolated peasant community in the high Alps of France. Reflections on the turbulant history of the 20th century from her viewpoint.