A War President’s Decisions: Seeking Insights
President George W. Bush’s evolution into a War President, triggered by the 9/11 terrorist attacks, involved a series of decisions on how to respond to the bloody assault upon American soil that led to his global campaign against terrorism. Probing the factors that influenced President Bush’s important decisions in his war against terror reveals how the 43rd president perceived the challenges, weighed different viewpoints, and responded with orders to mobilize the tremendous resources of the U.S. government.
KeywordsForeign Policy Terrorist Attack Bush Administration Geneva Convention Central Intelligence Agency
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