Gobble'uns and Foreign Policy

A Review

Published in: Journal of Conflict Resolution, v. 8, no. 3, Discussions and Reviews, Sep. 1964, p. 314-321

Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 1964

by Alton Frye

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The author reviews three books on foreign policy: Jewell, Malcolm E. Senatorial Politics and Foreign Policy (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1962); Farnsworth, David N. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1961); and Robinson, James A. Congress and Foreign Policy-Making: A Study in Legislative Influence and Initiative (Homewood, Illinois: Dorsey Press, 1962).

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