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by Roy Gutman

Author: Roy Gutman
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (May 1, 1988)
Pages: 404 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.1
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Banana Diplomacy: The Making of American Policy in Nicaragua 1981-1987. Nicaragua, back from the dead?: an anthropological view of the Sandinista movement in the early 21st century. Oslo, Norway: New Left Notes.

Banana Diplomacy: The Making of American Policy in Nicaragua 1981-1987. Hendrix, Steven E. (2009). The New Nicaragua: Lessons in Development, Democracy, and Nation-Building for the United States. Kinzer, Stephen (2007). Zimmermann, Matilde (2001).

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I found out about this book in the author's notes of another book on the politics of the Reagan administration, which stated it was well worth the read

I found out about this book in the author's notes of another book on the politics of the Reagan administration, which stated it was well worth the read. It sounded interesting so I gave it a try. What I was looking for and what this book delivered were, unfortunately for me, two separate items.

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Based on interviews with many of the principals, this informative study by Newsday's diplomatic reporter traces the Reagan Administration's approach to Nicaragua from its obscure origins to its evident unraveling.

Gutman argues that Pres. Reagan's negligent ""management style"" succeeded in botching policy from the day he stepped into the White House

Gutman argues that Pres. Reagan's negligent ""management style"" succeeded in botching policy from the day he stepped into the White House. Through his failure to delineate clear directives, or set up a chain of command, Reagan created a ""free for all"" among his subordinates in the Pentagon, State Department, National Security Council, and the CIA. Within months, one hand didn't know what the other was doing.

In this behind-the-scenes story of Washington policymaking, "Newsday's" National Security correspondent recreates the actions and personalities behind the Reagan administration's policies toward Nicaragua.

In this behind-the-scenes story of Washington policymaking, "Newsday's" National Security correspondent re-creates the actions and personalities behind the Reagan administration's policies toward Nicaragua