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David F. Schmitz
This thesis explores the impact of General Alexander Haig on the formation of foreign policy during his time as a member of President Richard Nixon’s National Security Council and as President Ronald Reagan’s secretary of state.
Ronald Reagan, Vietnam -- Foreign relations, Vietnam War (1961-1975), Influence (Psychology), Richard M. Nixon (1913-1994), Gerald R. Ford (1913-2006), United States -- Foreign relations, Alexander Meigs Haig (1924-2010), Soviet Union -- Foreign relations, Cambodia -- Foreign relations, Vietnam War (1961-1975) -- Cambodia -- Operation Menu, Operation Lam Son 719 (1971), Whitman College 2012 -- Dissertation collection -- History Department
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Hart, Carolyn Lieber, "The hawk general : Alexander Haig and the formation of foreign policy in the Nixon and Reagan administrations, 1969-1982" (2012). Honors Theses. 171.
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