Games Advisors Play: Foreign Policy in the Nixon and Carter Administrations

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Copyright © 1999 by Jean A. Garrison

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Texas A&M University Press expresses its appreciation for support in publishing works on the presidency and leadership to
The Center for Presidential Studies George Bush School of Government and Public Service Texas A&M University

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Garrison, Jean A., 1968-

Games advisors play : foreign policy in the Nixon and Carter Administrations / Jean A. Garrison.

p. cm. -- (The Joseph V. Hughes Jr. and Holly O. Hughes
series in the presidency and leadership studies ; no. 3)

Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-89096-862-4

1. United States--Foreign relations--1969-1974--Case studies. 2. United States--Foreign relations--1977-1981--Case studies. 3. Political consultants--United States-- History--20th century--Case studies. 4. Nixon, Richard M. ( Richard Milhous), 1913- 5. Carter, Jimmy, 1924- . I. Title. II. Series.

E855-G36 1999

327.73--dc21 98-35019

CIP

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