Sumner Welles: FDR's Global Strategist a Biography by


The son of a prominent family, Sumner Welles was a skillful international negotiator who held the position of Under-Secretary of State in the FDR administration. However, a scandal forced Welles to resign in 1943, ending his brilliant career. The life of Sumner Welles is candidly told here for the first time by his son, retired journalist Benjamin Welles.

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