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Bipartisan Foreign Policy: Myth or Reality?
Bipartisan Foreign Policy: Myth or Reality?
By Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.
Row, Peterson, 1957, 279 pp
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A major theme of this study of recent American foreign policy is that "the disadvantages of a bipartisan approach to foreign affairs may at times outweigh any advantages the approach may possess." The author is a member of the Department of Political Science at Vassar College.