In the Nation’s Service
The Life and Times of George P. Shultz
Philip Taubman


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An insider’s view of Ronald Reagan’s dysfunctional foreign policy team

Reagan's Gardener Diplomat

The Courage and Compromises of George P. Schultz

Newly Published, from Triptych Poems to Boston’s Black Workers

Ex-secretary of state George Shultz was besotted by Theranos fraudster Holmes, book says

Biography of Cold War hero George Shultz released

‘I Protect Ronnie From Himself’: How Nancy Reagan Used a Snowstorm to Help Thaw the Cold War

Philip Taubman on George Schultz

Secret to ending the Cold War: Nancy Reagan snow party

George Shultz: How the architect of Reagan's Cold War policy rose to power and wielded it

Interview - In the Nation’s Service: The Life and Times of George P. Shultz by Philip Taubman

How Reagan Convinced Himself He Didn’t Sell Arms for Hostages

Philip Taubman on George P. Shultz’s Un-Trumpian Role in Ending the Cold War

The Missing Element

‘In the Nation’s Service’ Review: George Shultz’s Quiet Strength

Event – In the Nation’s Service

America, China and a Crisis of Trust

What a KGB arrest of a journalist in 1986 tells us of today

‘Excessive loyalty’: how Republican giant George Schultz fell for Nixon, Reagan...and Elizabeth Holmes

A Public Servant Extraordinaire

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