by Rafael Medoff
The late historian's diaries highlight discrepancies between Schlesinger's public defenses of Franklin Roosevelt and his private knowledge of FDR's attitudes toward Jews and positions on the Holocaust.
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
by Ted Widmer
No historian has ever been as close to power as Arthur Schlesinger Jr. was to President Kennedy.
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