American Statesmen: Secretaries of State from John Jay to Colin Powell

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Abbas, Mahmoud, Colin Powell's meetings with, 414,415
Abolitionism, Texas annexation and, 100
Acheson, Dean, 1,17,88,168,179,269,444,448 ;
Acheson-Lilienthal plan and, 4,6 ;
birth of, 2 ;
childhood years of, 1,2 ;
China policy and, 4,10,14 ;
Cuban missile crisis and, 15 ;
death of, 16 ;
early career of, 3 ;
education of, 2 ;
family background of, 1,2 ;
George Marshall and, 359 ;
historical influence of, 3,4 ;
Iranian crisis and, 4,7,8 ;
James F. Byrnes and, 93 ;
marriage to Alice Stanley, 3 ;
Power and Diplomacy,14 ;
Soviet designs on Dardanelles and, 4,7,8 ;
Vietnam War and, 15
Acheson-Lilienthal plan, 4,6
Act of Chapultepec, 487
Adams, Abigail, 20
Adams, Charles Francis, 183
Adams, Gerry, 121
Adams, Henry, 239,240,241
Adams, John, 20,275,276,291,478 ;
Jefferson and, 292 ;
John Marshall appointed by, 364,365 ;
Timothy Pickering's relationship with, 403,404 ;
Webster's eulogizing of, 524
Adams, John Quincy, 3,17,20,32,99,123,369,463 ;
Adams-Onís Treaty and, 27,28,32 ;
appointed as secretary of state, 21,22 ;
birth of, 20 ;
differences between Henry Clay and, 125 -27;
early career of, 21 ;
education of, 20,21 ;
elected as president, 83,386 ;
fundamental assumptions of, as secretary of state, 23,24 ;
Greek independence and, 30,31,32 ;
Henry Clay appointed by, 123 ;
James Monroe and, 383,384 ;
John M. Clayton and, 135 ;
Monroe Doctrine and, 29,31 ;
noncolonization and, 30,31 ;
nonintervention principle and, 30 ;
personality traits of, 22 ;
Rush-Bagot Treaty and, 21,32 ;
William Seward's support for, 450
Adams-Onís Treaty, 27,28,32,126,524
Address to the People of Great Britain (Jay), 273
Adee, Alvey A., 51,394
Afghanistan, Soviet invasion of, 391,514,515,519
Africa:
Cyrus Vance and, 517,518,520 ;
George Shultz and, 475
Agnew, Spiro, 390 ;
resignation of, 301
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, James F. Byrnes and, 90
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 242,431
Alabama:
in British war for the Confederacy, 460 ;
Hamilton Fish and claims related to, 193,194,198
Alaman, Luís, 509
Alaska, William Seward and acquisition of, 464
Alaska Boundary Tribunal, Elihu Root serves on, 432

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