Effective National Security Advising: Recovering the Eisenhower Legacy
Fred I. Greenstein and Richard H. Immerman provide an account of the impressively rigorous process of national security policy planning in the Eisenhower presidency. They commend it as a model for the next administration.
Intelligence and the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, Richard H. Immerman
The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama, David Remnick Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell, Karen DeYoung Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
The Cold War: A New History, John Lewis Gaddis Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
Colin Powell and the Eisenhower Precedent: A Review Essay, Fred I. Greensteinmore by this author
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American Political Institutions after Watergate--A Discussion
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