[E–pub] A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set by Richard Massimo


  • Paperback
  • 168
  • A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set
  • Richard Massimo
  • en
  • 09 December 2018
  • 9781442251076

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A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set review ↠ 0 review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Richard Massimo review A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set Senators and Supreme Court Justices were members of this elite club Now for the first time author Richard Massimo takes us on a walking tour of the neighborhood where the Georgetown Set lived including a map recent photos of each house and sketches of each inhabitant Spend an afternoon walking the brick sidewalks of Georgetown and you'll see where these historic figures resided The hand that mixes the Georgetown martini is time and again the hand that guides the destiny of the Western world Henry Kissinger.

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A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set review ↠ 0 review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Richard Massimo review A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set The tony leafy neighborhood of Georgetown along the Potomac river in Washington DC has been influential in American history since the 18th century when it was a thriving seaport But during the Cold War following World War II and up until the end of the 20th century it was home to the Capitol's most influential players in government spycraft journalism and the arts Within less than a suare mile were located the red brick Federal era homes of the best and the brightest most of them close friends and freuent d.

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A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set review ↠ 0 review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Richard Massimo review A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set Inner companions They came to be known as the Georgetown Set despised by Richard Nixon for their Ivy League patrician clannishness their secret old boy arrogance and their unfettered access to the highest levels of power in the city The inner circle included Phillip and Katharine Graham owners of the Washington Post; the columnists Joe and Stewart Alsop; The Bundy brothers; powerbroker and railroad scion Averrill Harriman; Secretary of State John Foster Dulles; Jack and Jackie Kennedy; and many spooks G men.

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