Reflections of five public officials
University Press of America, Mar 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 87 pages
This volume draws on the unique practical experience of five respected leaders in the world of politics and foreign policy who seek to illuminate some aspect or period of presidential transitions. The essays presented here assess the realities and add a new dimension to discussions of the subject. Contributors include Kenneth W. Thompson, Congressman Richard Bolling, General Andrew Goodpaster, Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Ambassador George McGhee and Dr. I.M. Destler.
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PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITIONS AND FOREIGN
STAFFING THE WHITE HOUSE FOR FOREIGN
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