Definition of John Foster Dulles from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

John Foster Dulles

 
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(1888-1959) a US lawyer who became Secretary of State (1953-9) under President Eisenhower. He developed a US foreign policy that was strongly opposed to the USSR and to Communism, which he considered to be morally evil.