Nixon's Ten Commandments of Statecraft, by James Humes
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Nixon's Ten Commandments of Statecraft:
His Guiding Principles of Leadership and Negotiation
By Richard Nixon,
with Commentary and Lessons from History by James C. Humes
This book is arranged in 10 chapters, with Nixon's writing on each topic, then a commentary from an historian on an historical figure with a parallel lesson. The historical figures range from Pericles to Winston Churchill.
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Nixon’s Ten Commandments of Statecraft.
Supported missile defense as means to achieve SALT.
Principles & Values|
Conserve concessions; get something in exchange for each one.
Doggedly pursued Alger Hiss; made his name in House.
The above quotations are from Nixon's Ten Commandments of Statecraft, by James Humes.
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