Adolf Berle, an Assistant Secretary of State and close ally of Welles. Of Berle Raymond Moley acidly noted that while he once may have been considered an infant prodigy, he continued to be an infant long after he had ceased to be a prodigy. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, A. Berle [npx 74-20:1544] credit: FDRL, 1933.

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

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Adolf Berle, an Assistant Secretary of State and close ally of Welles. Of Berle Raymond Moley acidly noted that while he once may have been considered an infant prodigy, he continued to be an infant long after he had ceased to be a prodigy. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, A. Berle [npx 74-20:1544] credit: FDRL, 1933.
  • Adolf Berle, an Assistant Secretary of State and close ally of Welles. Of Berle Raymond Moley acidly noted that while he once may have been considered an infant prodigy, he continued to be an infant long after he had ceased to be a prodigy. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, A. Berle [npx 74-20:1544] credit: FDRL, 1933.