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American Foreign Policy and the Separation of Powers
American Foreign Policy and the Separation of Powers
By Daniel S. Cheever and H. Field Haviland, Jr
Harvard University Press, 1952, 244 pp
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Working from the premise that the weakest and most critical link in the process of making American foreign policy is the relation between the White House and Capitol Hill, the two authors examine the ambiguities of this relationship and set forth certain recommendations to overcome them. A useful contribution to an important problem.