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Covering the interval 1938 to 2008, The Embassy in Grosvenor sq. explores the function of the embassy within the Anglo-American 'special relationship', either when it comes to transatlantic affairs and problems with foreign relations.
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Murrow Helped Lead America into War (Washington, DC: Potomac Books, 2007). 18. Loefﬂer, The Architecture of Diplomacy, p. 193. 19. Arndt, The First Resort of Kings, pp. 145–6. 20. Loefﬂer, The Architecture of Diplomacy, p. 195. 21. Maria Tuttle and Marcus Binney, An American House: Winﬁeld House (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2008). 22. Loefﬂer, The Architecture of Diplomacy, p. 120. 23. Ambassador’s Residence, Winﬁeld House, US Embassy website: http://london. html 24. Ibid. Loefﬂer, The Architecture of Diplomacy, p.
Kennedy’s success in furthering Anglo-American relations can be seen in his relations with the press, the positive impact of his family in London, and his contribution to the Anglo-American Trade Agreement. With the Press, Kennedy typically sought to be direct. In his ﬁrst meeting with the American Correspondents’ Association he revealed his approach. 29 Kennedy was aided in establishing a positive aura to his ambassadorship by his family and their contribution to London’s social scene. 31 Kennedy, as he reﬂected on these events, was in two minds.