Patrick J. Hurley

DON LOHBECK

HENRY REGNERY COMPANY CHICAGO 1956

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Contents *
  • A Prologue 1
  • The Motivahon 7
  • Part I: 1883-1916 11
  • Chapter 1 - The Land and the People 15
  • Chapter 2 - Work, Education and Opportunity 23
  • Chapter 3 - National Attorney for the Choctaws 43
  • Part Ii: 1916-1940 61
  • Chapter 1 - The First World War 65
  • Chapter 2 - Politics and Oklahoma 75
  • Chapter 3 - Secretary of War 84
  • Chapter 4 - In His Own Words 121
  • Chapter 5 - The New Deal 131
  • Part III: 1941-1944 151
  • Chapter 1 - The Southwest Pacific. 155
  • Chapter 2 - The Soviet Union 173
  • Chapter 3 - The Middle East 185
  • Chapter 4 - The Conference at Teheran 202
  • Chapter 5 - The Iranian Plan 220
  • Part Iv: 1944-1945 241
  • Chapter 1 - The Stilwell Affair 245
  • Chapter 2 - The Mission to China 278
  • Chapter 3 - Negotiations with the Communists 307
  • Chapter 4 - Sabotage of the American Policy 321
  • Chapter 5 - Negotiations Resumed 343
  • Chapter 6 - The Yalta Secret Agreement 353
  • Chapter 7 - Traditional Policy Reaffirmed 378
  • Chapter 8 - Implementation of the Yalta Agreement 388
  • Chapter 9 - The Ambassador's Resignation 402
  • Part V: 1945-1956 433
  • Chapter 1 - The Fight for Truth 437
  • Chapter 2 - Seeking A Forum 448
  • The Decision 469
  • Conclusion 477
  • Notes 483
  • Index 505
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