America 1970-1979: Government and Politics Research Article from American Decades

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Rudolf Abel, 68, spy who oversaw Soviet intelligence in New York during the 1950s; he was swapped for a captured American spy pilot in 1962, 15 November 1961.

Creighton W. Abrams, 59, U.S. commander in Vietnam (1968-1972), former army chief of staff, 4 September 1974.

Dean Acheson, 78, presidential adviser and secretary of state under Harry S Truman, 12 October 1971.

Saul Alinsky, 63, social organizer and self-styled radical; his books include Reveille for Radicals (1946) and Rules for Radicals (1971), 12 June 1972.

Adolf A. Berle, Jr., 76, influential member of Franklin Roosevelt's Brain Trust, later a prominent Latin American diplomat, 17 February 1971.

Hugo L. Black, 85, Supreme Court justice (1937-1971), known as a champion of civil liberties, 23 September 1971.

Charles E. Bohlen, 69, career diplomat and expert on the Soviet Union, 1 January 1974.

Earl Browder, 82, head of the Communist party of the United States (1930-1945), 27 June 1973.

Ralph Bunche, 67, ambassador to the United Nations (1957-1971), winner of the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize, 9 December 1971.

Prescott Bush...

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