Myron Taylor, formerly of U.S. Steel, who had served as Roosevelt's envoy to the Vatican. Taylor thought the postwar planners should seek out and promote those foreign leaders with the most potential to be amendable to U.S. interests in the postwar years. G. Felici, 49-164: 198.

From Sumner Welles, postwar planning, and the quest for a new world order, 1937-1943 by Christopher D. O'Sullivan

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Myron Taylor, formerly of U.S. Steel, who had served as Roosevelt's envoy to the Vatican. Taylor thought the postwar planners should seek out and promote those foreign leaders with the most potential to be amendable to U.S. interests in the postwar years. G. Felici, 49-164: 198.
  • Myron Taylor, formerly of U.S. Steel, who had served as Roosevelt's envoy to the Vatican. Taylor thought the postwar planners should seek out and promote those foreign leaders with the most potential to be amendable to U.S. interests in the postwar years. G. Felici, 49-164: 198.