Tale of the Presidential Tapes: A Review Essay
Robert A. Divine evaluates two new books based on presidential tapes-those of John F. Kennedy's deliberations with his advisers during the Cuban missile crisis and of Lyndon B. Johnson's telephone conversations during his first ten months in office. He finds both to be revealing but ultimately disappointing.
Bipartisan Strategy: Selling the Marshall Plan, John Bledsoe Bonds Reviewed by Robert A. Divine
Woodrow Wilson: Profiles in Power, John A. Thompson Reviewed by Robert A. Divine
The War against the New Deal, Brian Waddell Reviewed by Robert A. Divine
Destroying the Village: Eisenhower and Thermonuclear War, Campbell Craig Reviewed by Robert A. Divine
Politics of Illusion: The Bay of Pigs Invasion Reexamined, James G. Blight and Peter Kornbluh, eds. Reviewed by Robert A. Divinemore by this author
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