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The Executive, Congress and Foreign Policy: Studies of the Nixon Administration
The Executive, Congress and Foreign Policy: Studies of the Nixon Administration
By John Lehman
Praeger, 1976, 247 pp

Since the Presidency of George Washington, relative control over foreign policy has fluctuated between Congress and the Executive. The author believes in executive dominance. He studies and views with alarm the increase of congressional control which took place during the Nixon Administration.