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Ach·e·son

 (ăch′ĭ-sən), Dean Gooderham 1893-1971.
American statesman who promoted the Marshall Plan and helped establish NATO.

Acheson

(ˈætʃɪsən)
n
(Biography) Dean (Gooderham). 1893–1971, US lawyer and statesman: secretary of state (1949–53) under President Truman

Ach•e•son

(ˈætʃ ə sən)

n.
Dean (Gooderham), 1893–1971, U.S. statesman: Secretary of State 1949–53.
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On March 19, 1949, Secretary of State Dean Acheson stated that the pact was "designed to fit precisely into the framework of the United Nations," that it was "subject to the overriding provisions of the United Nations Charter," and that it "is an essential measure for strengthening the United Nations.
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There is logic to the course of action advocated by Secretary Acheson," Lattimore wrote in the July 17, 1949 issue of the Sunday Compass of New York.
Dean Acheson, secretary of state in the early days of the Cold War and one of the main architects of "containing" the Soviet Union, was easy to caricature.
Dr Janet Acheson was speaking publicly for the first time since the popular motorcycle medic was killed during a racing event in July.
Summary: Dean Acheson, who is often seen as one of the great American secretaries of state, wrote in the final chapter of his memoir, "Present at the Creation," about what he called "the struggle through illusion to policy.
One of my primary missions as a chef is to use food as a means of connecting people with their communities-and the world," said Acheson.