Effective National Security Advising: A Most Dubious Precedent
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. argues that the Eisenhower heavily-layered national security apparatus did not produce a coherent foreign policy and did not save the administration from gross errors. He believes that future presidents would benefit from a more flexible approach--such as those of FDR and JFK--to the conduct of foreign affairs.
Chester Bowles: New Dealer in the Cold War, Howard B. Schaffer Reviewed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
The Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition, Philip Abbott Reviewed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
The New Deal and its Legacy: Critique and Reappraisal, Robert Eden Reviewed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Reform and Reaction in Twentieth Century American Politics, John J. Broesamle Reviewed by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.more by this author
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