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The hawk general : Alexander Haig and the formation of foreign policy in the Nixon and Reagan administrations, 1969-1982
Carolyn Lieber Hart
April 30, 2012
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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.