Hey, rpavlacic, "purview" isn't a verb. It's a noun. Only. You could look it up.
Six members of the Old Boys Club (literally -- they were all educated at some of the snottiest high schools in America) who went above themselves in the call to public duty. They saw the dangers of communism when most people still viewed the Soviet Union as an ally, they predicted that Korea was a timebomb, and they purviewed the insanity of Vietnam. In fact, some of them continued to give advice to Presidents well into the mid 1980s. It gave me a bit of sadness to read this book and realize that if there are wise men and women still out there, they are being silenced in the name of political expediency -- which serves no one in the long term.
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