Diplomacy, Administration, and Policy: The Ideas and Careers of Frederick E. Nolting, Jr., Frederick C. Mosher, Paul T. David

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This work includes articles written by three scholars and leaders and a critique of their works. Introductory commentary provides insight into their individual personalities. Mr. Nolting, U.S. ambassador to Vietnam in the early 1960's, spent 18 years in the Department of State concerned primarily with European and Far Eastern affairs. Mr. Mosher was a Distinguished Professor at Syracuse, Berkeley, and the University of Virginia before joining the Miller Center to devote his time to research and writing. He is ...
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Overview

This work includes articles written by three scholars and leaders and a critique of their works. Introductory commentary provides insight into their individual personalities. Mr. Nolting, U.S. ambassador to Vietnam in the early 1960's, spent 18 years in the Department of State concerned primarily with European and Far Eastern affairs. Mr. Mosher was a Distinguished Professor at Syracuse, Berkeley, and the University of Virginia before joining the Miller Center to devote his time to research and writing. He is especially well known for his works on bureaucracy and presidential transitions. Professor David was an economist who worked for the Bureau of the Budget and later for the Brookings Institution, where he became the leading authority on party governance, nominating processes, and conventions. He was a member of the faculty at the University of Virginia from 1960 to 1977. Co-published with the Miller Center for Public Affairs.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780819198839
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 5/9/1995
  • Pages: 258
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
I International Relations: A Study in Complexity - Ambassador Frederick E. Nolting, Jr.
1 Memorial Colloquium to Frederick E. Nolting, Jr. 3
2 Kennedy, NATO, and Southeast Asia 17
3 A Personal Appreciation: The Beginnings of a Revisionist View on Frederick Nolting 37
II Administration and Governance - Professor Frederick C. Mosher
4 The Legacy of Frederick C. Mosher 43
5 The Changing Responsibilities and Tactics of the Federal Government 81
6 A Tale of Two Agencies (The General Accounting Office and the Office of Management and Budget): The Agencies and their Changing Milieu 103
7 The Public Service in the Temporary Society 119
8 A Personal Appreciation: Frederick C. Mosher: Theorist and Practitioner 151
III Policy: Principles, Process, and Practice - Professor Paul T. David
9 Paul Theodore David: In Memoriam 157
10 Is it Possible to Move Toward More Responsible Political Parties? 163
11 Government as Agent of Social Change: Some Problems in Theory 173
12 A Review of the Work at the Chicago Conference on International Aviation 193
13 A Personal Appreciation 229
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