Author: Betty Houchin Winfield
Publisher: Columbia University Press; Reprint edition (March 1, 1994)
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This compelling study points to Roosevelt's consummate news management as a key to his political artistry and leadership legacy. Series: Morningside Book S.
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Winfield includes anecdotes and assessments culled from FDR's personal communications with journalists of. .Here is a compelling study of Roosevelt's consummate news management skills as a key to FDR's political artistry and leadership legacy.
Here is a compelling study of Roosevelt's consummate news management skills as a key to FDR's political artistry and leadership legacy. explores FDR's adroit handling of the media within the classic conflict between confidentiality and openness in a democratic society.
Betty Houchin Winfield. She explains how Roosevelt's manipulation of the press and public opinion changed as his administration's focus shifted from economic to military crises. During the depression FDR's leadership mode was flexible and open, seeking new answers for problems that had not responded to conventional solutions. Coreespondingly, his dealings with the media were frank and freewheeling.
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