Uncertain Warriors: Lyndon Johnson And His Vietnam Advisors



Lyndon Johnson, When It Comes To His Role In The Vietnam War, Is Popularly Portrayed As An Irrational Hawkish Leader Who Bullied His Advisers And Refused To Solicit A Wide Range Of Opinions That Depiction, David Barrett Argues, Is Simplistic And Far From Accurate.In This Book, Barrett Contends That Johnson S Insistence On Secrecy, Plus His Colorful Personality, Have Overshadowed His Approach To Policymaking And His Consideration Of A Wide Spectrum Of Opinion From A Variety Of Formal And Informal Advisers Following A Paper Trail Of Memoranda, Letters, Diaries, And Notes, Barrett Not Only Examines How Johnson Dealt With His Advisers And Developed A Complex System Of Consultation But Delves Into Johnson S Personality And Style To Show Their Impact On His Decisions.Despite Johnson S Willingness To Consider Opposing Viewpoints, Barrett Concedes, His Rational Advisory System Nevertheless Produced A Flawed And Fatal Set Of Policies Because They Were Based On An Increasingly Outdated World View.Uncertain Warriors: Lyndon Johnson And His Vietnam Advisors

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  • Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Uncertain Warriors: Lyndon Johnson And His Vietnam Advisors
  • David M. Barrett
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 9780700606313

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