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Henry Kissinger serves as a powerful example of one who managed to dominate the foreign policy bureaucracies in the Nixon and Ford Administrations. The author asserts that the former Secretary of State has redirected our thinking about these problems of foreign policy, particularly because Kissinger argued that lack of statesmanship is actually at the heart of the matter.
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This book should not be read for what can be learned about Kissinger's policies but for what can be learned about the difficulties of molding bureaucratic organizations to serve the will of a political leader....--Davin Herron In Perspective
...Bureaucracy and Statesmanship offers thoughtful sustenance.--International Journal
Robert A. Strong is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Tulane University.
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Book Description University Press of America, 1986. Condition: Very Good. *Price HAS BEEN reduced by 10% until Monday, Nov. 18 (sale item)* 124 pp., Hardcover, very good. Seller Inventory # ZB733237
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