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Collection Details


Collection Name: Nixon Administration National Security Council Oral History
Repository Name: Brookings Institution. Foreign Policy Studies Program. [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
URL: http://www.brookings.edu/fp/research/projects/nsc/transcripts/19981208.htm
Material Formats: [10 documents with text]
Description: The Nixon administration brought far-reaching changes to the National Security Council. Building on a strong mandate from (and a strong policy relationship with) the President, National Security Assistant Henry A. Kissinger achieved operational policy dominance greater than any predecessor or successor. His role and methods generated enormous controversy. They were also tied to substantial policy achievements: an opening to China, arms control agreements with the Soviet Union, and eventually an historic, albeit flawed, Vietnam peace accord.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 1
Interviews: [10 interview(s) listed in this collection]
Broad Subjects: U.S. Politics; Politics
ASP Subjects: District of Columbia; National Security Council (U.S.)--History; National security--Law and legislation--United States; National security--United States; Nixon, Richard Milhous, 1913-1994; Nixon, Dick; Nixon, Richard M.; Richard Milhous Nixon; Oral history; Presidents--United States--Staff; U.S. National Security Council; United States
Collection Code: OHC0001414