Ex-Administration Officials Discuss U.S. Policy in Asia

B. Nelson
1966 Science  
Some citizens view government as an intellectual monolith, where officials are expected to follow blindly whatever policy has been approved. In actuality, government is a much more fragmented institution where men who hold different positions express their thoughts both before and after decisions are made.
doi:10.1126/science.154.3752.988 pmid:17752796 fatcat:dspnhh4hs5ferl4tfit4oed5ry