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In this powerful work by one of our most revered statesmen, Alexander Haig offers a frank and revealing account of his remarkable military and political career serving in the administrations of five U.S. presidents. Sure to be one of the most important political works of this decade, it is an eye-opening, definitive account of what really goes on in the Oval Office. Four 4In this powerful work by one of our most revered statesmen, Alexander Haig offers a frank and revealing account of his remarkable military and political career serving in the administrations of five U.S. presidents. Sure to be one of the most important political works of this decade, it is an eye-opening, definitive account of what really goes on in the Oval Office. Four 4-page inserts....

Title : Inner Circles: How America Changed the World: A Memoir
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ISBN : 9780446515719
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 363 Pages
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Inner Circles: How America Changed the World: A Memoir Reviews

  • Joe Mazerolle
    2019-05-07 04:44

    Those who know what a left winger I am would be shocked to see my rating on this book. There's plenty of things that I would never see eye to eye with Alexander Haig on. However his memoirs are a long yet fascinating read. He came from very humble beginnings to work his way into the inner power structure of the United States, and takes you on the journey step by step. Also offers plenty of insight into the Nixon and Regan administrations. A great read for political science students.

  • Phillip
    2019-05-15 11:41

    This book ended up growing on me most likely because its bulk is dedicated to my favorite topic: The Nixon Presidency. I really didn't like Haig at first with his fawning over MacArthur and his pooh-pooh'ing the seriousness of the Cuban Missile Crisis. I thought he was just writing through right-wing glasses. But from the Johnson Administration onwards, he got interesting. Of course, I was glued during his Nixon years, and I learned even more about Dick Nixon. Haig glazes over the Reagan years unfortunately, but mainly because he wrote another book about that time. Recommend for anyone interested in the presidency, foreign policy, or the history of the 60s and 70s.