Covert Operations and the Emergence of the Modern American Presidency, 1920-1960 (Studies in American History v. 47)

Covert Operations and the Emergence of the Modern American Presidency, 1920-1960 (Studies in American History v. 47)

By: John J. Carter (author)Hardback

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Throughout its history, the United States has used espionage and other covert operations to pursue its foreign policy and national security objectives. Dr. Carter sheds invaluable light on both covert operations as little-understook, yet profoundly important, instruments of American foreign policy, and on the presidents who initiated them The work is especially timely as we approach the anniversary of al Qaeda's destruction of the World Trade Center and its assault on the Pentagon.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773469372
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 220
  • ID: 9780773469372
  • ISBN10: 0773469370

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