Dean Acheson Quotes

When dealing with Congress and the American people, it is necessary to make arguments “clearer than truth.”

If we learn the art of yielding what must be yielded to the changing present, we can save the best of the past.

Controversial proposals, once accepted, soon become hallowed.

Negotiation in the classic diplomatic sense assumes parties more anxious to agree than to disagree.

Time spent in the advertising business seems to create a permanent deformity like the Chinese habit of foot-binding.