1 edition of Essence of indecision found in the catalog.
Essence of indecision
Patricia I. McMahon
Includes bibliographical references ( - 223) and index.
|Statement||Patricia I. McMahon|
|LC Classifications||F1034.3.D5 .M36 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2011505417|
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The book became the founding study of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, and in doing so revolutionized the field of international relations. Essence of Indecision: Diefenbaker's Nuclear Policy, - Kindle edition by Patricia I.
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One of the most influental political science works written in the post World War II era, the original edition of Essence of Decision is a unique and fascinating examination of the pivotal event of the cold Cold War. Not simply revised, but completely re-written, the Second Edition of this classic text is a fresh reinterpretation of the theories and events surrounding the Cuban Missle Crisis 5/5(2).
Both have vital lessons for intelligence. Allison's book is about how to understand the decisions and actions of governments; its main aim is to present tools that can improve that understanding. Allison thus speaks directly to the tasks of analysis in most of the intelligence community's production components.
Jan 10, · Essence of Decision Second Edition, is a vivid look at decision-making under pressure and is the only single volume work that attempts to answer the enduring question: how should citizens understand the actions of their government.
Read "Essence of Indecision Diefenbaker's Nuclear Policy, " by Patricia I. McMahon available from Rakuten Kobo. Tracing Diefenbaker's deliberations over nuclear policy, McMahon shows that Diefenbaker was politically cautious, not in Brand: MQUP.
Informed and inspired by Freedman’s examination of the Kennedy administration in Kennedy’s Wars and his introduction of the ‘strategic scripts’ concept, this chapter analyzes Washington’s role in the military coup that deposed Ngo Dinh Diem as President of South Vietnam and saw him and his brother murdered the following day.
The US role was, at best, indirect because of Kennedy. Jun 22, · Essence of Indecision. June 22, A counterfactual is an experiment where the researcher asks how an outcome would change if some causal factor or key element had been different.
A classic example is Robert Fogel’s examination of whether the U.S. economy would have grown as quickly in the nineteenth century if there were no railroads.
Mar 06, · At the beginning of chapter 2 of her new book Essence of Indecision: Diefenbaker's Nuclear Policy, –, Patricia I. McMahon writes, 'Governing with a majority did not come easily to John Diefenbaker.'In fact, McMahon points out, Diefenbaker began to change his leadership style shortly after he was re-elected with a lopsided majority on 31 Marchtaking seats against 49 for the.
Essence of Indecision Book Description: Tracing Diefenbaker's deliberations over nuclear policy, McMahon shows that Diefenbaker was politically cautious, not indecisive - he wanted to acquire nuclear weapons and understood from public opinion polls that most Canadians supported this position.
Get this from a library. Essence of Indecision: Diefenbaker's Nuclear Policy, [Patricia I McMahon] -- The nuclear issue was a minor political matter when John Diefenbaker became prime minister in Byit served as a catalyst for his defeat, with many attributing his demise to.
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The first book to deal exclusively with Diefenbaker's nuclear policy and the influence of the anti-nuclear movement, "Essence of Indecision" is key to understanding Diefenbaker's formulation of nuclear policy, and the environment, both international and domestic, in which that policy was created.
The first book to deal exclusively with Diefenbaker's nuclear policy and the influence of the anti-nuclear movement, Essence of Indecision is key to understanding Diefenbaker's formulation of nuclear policy, and the environment, both international and domestic, in which that policy was created.
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Nowhere, according to this interpretation, was his dithering indecision more manifest than on the issue of nuclear weapons for Canada. Patricia I. McMahon tackles this topic head-on in her book Essence of Indecision.
It is an engaging, credible, and evidence-based reexamination of a crucial period in Canadian history when big issues were at.Nov 07, · Indecision plagues us, as the quick wit we once possessed turns into muddled processing that may cause arguments.
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