Interbranch Rivalry and the Reagan Doctrine in Nicaragua
James M. Scott examines the complex interactions of the White House, Congress, and the bureaucracy over U.S. policy toward Nicaragua during the Reagan administration. Based on the patterns of this case, he offers some conclusions about the way that American foreign policy making is understood.
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