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The Life and Accomplishments of Cordell Hull
Cordell Hull was born in Overton County, Tenn. A Tennessee legislator and judge, Democratic national committee chairman, U.S. representative (1907-1931) and senator (1931-1933), he became the longest-termed secretary of state ever under President Franklin Roosevelt (1933-1944). A strong advocate of free trade and of the "Good Neighbor" policy with South America during the 1930s, he early advocated strong support for the Allies, attended most of the great wartime conferences, and promoted international cooperation and the UN, for which he recei…
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