This Biography Concentrates On The Numerous Legislative And Diplomatic Achievements Of U.S Senator Walter F George Fl 1922 1957 , The Son Of A Tenant Farmer, Who Rose To Become One Of The Most Powerful Men In The United States His Successes As A Legislator Agricultural Legislation, Vocational Education, The Bricker Amendment And Later In His Role As A Major Authority On Foreign Policy Made Him A Leader In The Senate In The International Field, He Was Responsible For The Passage Of Lend Lease, Was A Major Player In The Formation Of NATO, And Played A Definitive Role In The 1955 Summit Meeting Between American And Soviet Leaders A Major Force In Shaping American Foreign Policy During The First Eisenhower Administration, George Breakfasted With Sec Of State John Foster Dulles To Determine America S Actions On The World Stage Probably His Greatest Accomplishment Was The Senate S Passage Of The Formosa Agreement, Which Blunted The Advance Of Communist Aggression In Southeast Asia.
Jamie H Cockfield is professor emeritus of History at Mercer University after serving on the faculty since 1972 Born in Charleston, South Carolina, he holds a BA and MA in History from the University of South Carolina and a PhD in Russian History from the University of Virginia.
- 640 pages
- A Giant from Georgia
- Jamie H. Cockfield
- 10 June 2019 Jamie H. Cockfield