Remembering George P. Shultz

 

One of the most consequential policymakers of all time, having served three American presidents, George P. Shultz died Feb. 6 at age 100. Remembered as one of the most influential secretaries of state in our history, Shultz was a key player, alongside President Ronald Reagan, in changing the direction of history by using the tools of diplomacy to bring the Cold War to an end.
 

“Our colleague was a great American statesman and a true patriot in every sense of the word. He will be remembered in history as a man who made the world a better place.”
- Condoleezza Rice, Director of the Hoover Institution
 

Share your thoughts, condolences and memories with the Shultz family here.
 

We thank you for honoring this great man.
 

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