Historian, presidential speechwriter, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of books over the presidencies of Andrew Jackson, Harry Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and John F. Kennedy. His most well-known works are the Age group of Jackson (1945), The Essential Middle: The Politics of Independence (1949), and ONE THOUSAND Times: John F. Kennedy in the Light Home (1965). He graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University in 1938. From 1943-45, he offered within a spy band managed by any office of Strategic Providers, a precursor towards the CIA. He proved helpful as a particular associate and speechwriter to Leader John F. Kennedy, and he was afterwards a significant supporter of Robert Kennedy’s ill-fated presidential advertising campaign. With his initial wife, Marian Cannon, he previously four children. Pursuing his 1970 divorce from Cannon, he wed Alexandra Emmet Allan, with whom he previously another child. Through the presidential administration of Harry S. Truman, Schlesinger was one of the founders of the prominent group known as Us citizens for Democratic Actions.