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by David W. Engstrom

  • ISBN: 0847684148
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David W. Engstrom
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (January 1997)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1660 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1879 kb
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Presidential Decision Making Adrift : The Carter Administration and the Mariel Boatlift. In this case study of presidential decision-making, David W. Engstrom analyzes the Carter Administration's response to the Mariel boatlift from Cuba in 1979.

Presidential Decision Making Adrift : The Carter Administration and the Mariel Boatlift. by David W. Engstrom. Engstrom argues that a faulty decision making structure and ignorance of the historic dynamics of Cuban immigration contributed to the government's mishandling of the refugee crisis.

Presidential Decision Making Adrift book. Engstrom argues that a faulty decision making structure and ignorance of the historic dynamics of Cuban immigration The subject of refugee policy has generated considerable public debate during the past decade.

Presidential Decision Making Adrift: The Carter Administration and the Mariel Boatlift.

David W. Engstrom is associate professor in the school of social work at San Diego State University and the author of Presidential Decision Making Adrift

David W. Engstrom is associate professor in the school of social work at San Diego State University and the author of Presidential Decision Making Adrift. He has published in the areas of immigration, health care, and program evaluation.

The study of presidential decision-making in international crises has proven that more times than not, the personality of the president – often influenced by those in closest proximity to him – triumphs over process. 4 This paper will examine the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon, James E. Carter and Ronald W. Reagan and assess the decision-making process for each in the premiere international crisis of their presidencies

BOOKS David W. Engstrom, Presidential Decision Making. On May 5, President Carter made a speech before the League of Women Voters in which he welcomed Cuban refugees to the United States.

BOOKS David W. Adrift: The Carter Administration and the Mariel Boatlift (1997). passim Elizabeth J. Harper, Immigration Laws of the United States (3d ed. 1975). Hutchinson, Legislative History of American Immigration Policy: 1798-1965 (1981) On May 5, President Carter made a speech before the League of Women Voters in which he welcomed Cuban refugees to the United States. In response to a question about the increasing problems with illegal immigration, 21. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.

This book is about how illness affects the behavior of American presidents. It discusses four cases in American history of presidential decision making being affected by illness. The main purpose of this book is to show that health problems have a bigger impact on important political decisions than people may have realized. This book differs from the competition because it focuses primarily on foreign policy.

The subject of refugee policy has generated considerable public debate during the past decade. In this case study of presidential decision-making, David W. Engstrom analyzes the Carter Administration's response to the Mariel boatlift from Cuba in 1979. Engstrom argues that a faulty decision making structure and ignorance of the historic dynamics of Cuban immigration contributed to the government's mishandling of the refugee crisis. More generally, he explores the ways in which refugee policy is shaped by foreign policy concerns, domestic politics, and economic circumstances. This important book will be of interest to students and scholars of Latin American studies, foreign policy, and immigration and refugee policy.