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With Presidents to the Summit (Hardback)
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With Presidents to the Summit (Hardback)

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Hardback 225 Pages / Published: 23/03/1993
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Denis Clift was a senior staff member on the National Security Council and provides an insider's view of summit negotiations during three administrationsoRichard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. Writing with keen insight, Clift supplies a fresh perspective on key historical events, from the Iceland Summit in 1973 to the Camp David Summit with Israel and Egypt in 1978.

Publisher: George Mason University Press
ISBN: 9780913969519
Number of pages: 225
Weight: 572 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 22 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
...a valuable contribution to the understanding of official life in government and especially in the White House. * President Jimmy Carter *
...this book will be instructive reading for all who are interested in international affairs. * President Gerald Ford *
...a wonderful document. There are very few sources on the modern presidency that come from staffers describing what they observed and not trying to put themselves on center stage. This will be a valuable historical source for many decades to come. -- Ernest R. May, Harvard University * President Gerald Ford *
The book is well-written and gives and gives an excellent insider's account of staff work at these various summit conferences. It is recommended for all students of the Presidency and foreign policy. -- Ernest R. May, Harvard University * Presidential Studies Quarterly *
...entertaining. Clift's modest memoir presents an unusual view of summitry. * Publishers Weekly *
...entertaining. Clift's modest memoir presents an unusual view of summitry. * Publishers Weekly *
...a valuable contribution to the understanding of official life in government and especially in the White House. * President Jimmy Carter *
...this book will be instructive reading for all who are interested in international affairs. * President Gerald Ford *
...a wonderful document. There are very few sources on the modern presidency that come from staffers describing what they observed and not trying to put themselves on center stage. This will be a valuable historical source for many decades to come. -- Ernest R. May, Harvard University * President Gerald Ford *
The book is well-written and gives and gives an excellent insider's account of staff work at these various summit conferences. It is recommended for all students of the Presidency and foreign policy. -- Ernest R. May, Harvard University * Presidential Studies Quarterly *

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