Presidential Leadership, Illness, and Decision Making
Cambridge University Press | 2007 | ISBN: 0521882729 | Pages: 342 | PDF | 1.23 MB
This book is about how illness affects the behavior of American presidents. It discusses four cases in American history of presidential decision making being affected by illness. The main purpose of this book is to show that health problems have a bigger impact on important political decisions than people may have realized. This book differs from the competition because it focuses primarily on foreign policy, where a president has greater freedom of authority, and also features detailed analysis of historical case studies.
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