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"Draws on Bowles's private papers and other sources in a study of how the views of a senior diplomat, undersecretary of state in the Kennedy administration and twice ambassador to India, were largely disregarded by the foreign policy establishment."
The Chronicle of High Education
"Dauer examines Bowles' (1901-89) public career in US foreign relations as undersecretary of state, ambassador at large, and twice ambassador to India….He explores the reasons for his lack of success by discussing his personality, his access to influential decision makers, the fragmented and bureaucratic structure of US foreign policy making, and various alternatives to Washington's approach to the Third World."
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