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The National Security Council:


A Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Karen E. Kaufmann

Executive Office of the President Library

Washington, D.C.

March 2007

ESTABLISHMENT of the NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL

The basic document that establishes the National Security Council is:


United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services.

National Security Act of 1947, as Amended through September 30,

1973. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973.

The most comprehensive source of information on the creation and development of the National Security Council through 1960, is a collection of hearings and studies compiled by Senator Henry Jackson. It is entitled:


United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations.

Subcommittee on National Policy Machinery. Organizing for National



Security. 3 vols. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,

1961.


BOOKS, REPORTS, & DOCUMENTS

Acheson, Dean. Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department. New York: Norton,

1969.
Advisory Group on Public Diplomacy for the Arab and Muslim World. Changing Minds

Winning Peace: A New Strategic Direction for U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Arab & Muslim

World. Edward P. Djerejian, Chairman. Washington, D.C.: The Advisory Group on Public

Diplomacy for the Arab and Muslim World, 2003.

Andrianopoulos, Gerry A. Kissinger and Brzezinski: The NSC and the Struggle for Control of US

National Security Policy. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991.
Arana, Julio, Jonathan M. Owens, and David Wrubel. Strengthening the Interagency Process:

The Case for Enhancing the Role of the National Security Advisor. Norfolk, Va.: Joint Forces

Staff College, Joint and Combined War Fighting School, 2006.


Best, Richard A., Jr. The National Security Council: An Organizational Assessment. New York:

Nova Science Publishers, 2001.


Bird, Kai. The Color of Truth: McGeorge Bundy and William Bundy, Brothers in Arms: A

Biography. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998.
Bjostad, James D., and Sheila F. Hooten. “Preventing Future Shock: A Case for Addressing

Future Threats to America’s National Security.” [Cambridge, Mass.]: John F. Kennedy

School of Government, Harvard University, April 2001.
Bock, Joseph G. The White House Staff and the National Security Assistant: Friendship and

Friction at the Water’s Edge. New York: Greenwood Press, 1987.
Boll, Michael M. National Security Planning: Roosevelt through Reagan. Lexington: Ky.:

University Press of Kentucky, 1988.


Bose, Meena. Shaping and Signaling Presidential Policy: The National Security Decision

Making of Eisenhower and Kennedy. College Station, Tex.: Texas A&M University Press,

1998.

Bowie, Robert R., and Richard H. Immerman. Waging Peace: How Eisenhower Shaped an


Enduring Cold War Strategy. New York; Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Brown, Harold. Thinking about National Security: Defense and Foreign Policy in a Dangerous

World. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press Inc., 1983.
Brzezinski, Zbigniew K. Power and Principle: Memoirs of the National Security Adviser, 1977-

1981. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1983.

Burke, John P., and Fred I. Greenstein. How Presidents Test Reality: Decisions on Vietnam,



1954 and 1965. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1989.
Bush, George, and Brent Scowcroft. A World Transformed. New York: Knopf; Distributed by

Random House, 1998.


Cambone, Stephen A. A New Structure for National Security Policy Planning. CSIS Significant

Issues Series. Washington, D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1998.


Caraley, Demetrios. The Politics of Military Unification: A Study of Conflict and the Policy

Process. New York: Columbia University Press, 1966.
Carter, Jimmy. Keeping the Faith: Memoirs of a President. Toronto, New York: Bantam Books,

1982.
Celada, Raymond J. “National Security Adviser: Accountability to Congress.” Washington,

D.C.: Congressional Research Service, 1986. CRS, 86-1025.

Clark, Keith C., and Laurence J. Legere, eds. The President and Management of National


Security. New York: Praeger, 1969.
Clarke, Duncan L. American Defense and Foreign Policy Institutions: Toward a Sound

Foundation. New York: Harper & Row, 1989.
Cohen, William S., and George J. Mitchell. Men of Zeal: A Candid Inside Story of the Iran-

Contra Hearings. New York: Viking, 1988.
Collins, John M. U.S. Defense Planning: A Critique. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1983.
Commission on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government. National Security

Organization. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949.
________. Task Force Report on National Security Organization. Appendix G. “Eberstadt

Report” of the Hoover Commission. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,

1949.
Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy. Report.

“The Murphy Commission.” Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1975.


Crabb, Cecil V., Jr., and Kevin V. Mulcahy. Presidents and Foreign Policy Making: From FDR

to Reagan. Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press, 1986.
Crabb, Cecil Van Meter, and Kevin V. Mulcahy. American National Security: A Presidential

Perspective. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole, 1991.

Cutler, Robert. No Time for Rest. Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown, 1966.

Daalder, Ivo H., and I. M. Destler. “A New NSC for a New Administration.” Washington, D.C.:

The Brookings Institution, 2000. Brookings Policy Briefs, 68.

________. “Organizing for Homeland Security.” Statement prepared for the Committee on

Governmental Affairs, United States Senate. Oct. 12, 2001.


Daalder, Ivo H., James M. Lindsay, and James B. Steinberg. “The Bush National Security

Strategy: An Evaluation.” Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 2002. Brookings

Policy Briefs, 109.
David, Charles-Philippe. “’Foreign Policy is Not What I Came Here to Do.’ Dissecting Clinton’s

Foreign Policy-Making.” Montreal, Quebec: Center for United States Studies of the Raoul

Dandurand Chair of Strategic and Diplomatic Studies, University of Quebec at Montreal,

2004. CUSS Occasional Papers, 1.


Davis, Lynn E. “Organizing for Homeland Security.” [Santa Monica, Ca.]: RAND Corporation,

2002. RAND, IP-220.


Davis, Lynn E., Gregory F. Treverton, Daniel Byman, et al. Coordinating the War on Terrorism.

Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, 2004. RAND, OP-110-RC.


Destler, I. M. Presidents, Bureaucrats, and Foreign Policy: The Politics of Organizational

Reform. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1972.
Dockrill, Saki. Eisenhower’s New-Look National Security, 1953-1961. New York: St. Martin’s

Press, 1996.


Donley, Michael. “Rethinking the Interagency System.” McLean, Va.: Hicks & Associates, Inc.,

2005. HAI Occasional Paper, 05-01.

________. “Rethinking the Interagency System: Part 2.” McLean, Va.: Hicks & Associates,

Inc., 2005. HAI Occasional Paper, 05-02.

Draper, Theodore. A Very Thin Line: The Iran-Contra Affairs. New York: Hill and Wang, 1991.
Drew, S. Nelson, ed. NSC-68: Forging the Strategy of Containment. Analyses by Paul H. Nitze.

Washington, D.C.: National Defense University, [1994].


Dulles, Allen Welsh, William Jackson, and Mathias Correa. The Central Intelligence Agency

and National Organization for Intelligence: A Report to the National Security Council. The

“Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report” or “Dulles Report.” Washington, D.C., 1949.


Eberstadt, Ferdinand. Unification of the War and Navy Departments and Postwar Organization

for National Security: Report to James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy. The “Eberstadt

Report.” Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945.


Edwards, III, George C., and Wallace E. Walker, eds. National Security and the U.S.

Constitution: The Impact of the System.” Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press,

1988.
Falk, Stanley, and Theodore W. Bauer. The National Security Structure. Washington, D.C.:

Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1967. Revised, Washington, D.C.: Industrial College

of the Armed Forces, 1972. Reprint, Washington, D.C.: Industrial College of the Armed

Forces, 1976.
Felix, Antonia. Condi: The Condoleezza Rice Story. New York: Newmarket Press, 2002.

Fish, Joanne M., Samuel F. McCraw, and Christopher J. Reddish. Fighting in the Gray Zone: A


Strategy to Close the Preemption Gap. Carlisle, Pa.: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army

War College, 2004.


Garrison, Jean A. Games Advisors Play: Foreign Policy in the Nixon and Carter

Administrations. College Station, Tex.: Texas A& M University Press, 1999.
George, Alexander L. Presidential Decisionmaking in Foreign Policy: The Effective Use of

Information and Advice. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1980.
Graebner, Norman A., ed. The National Security: Its Theory and Practice 1945-1960. New

York, NY: Oxford University Press Inc., 1986.


Hall, David K. “Implementing Multiple Advocacy in the National Security Council, 1947-1980.”

Ph.D. diss., Stanford University, 1982.


Halperin, Morton H. National Security Policy-Making: Analyses, Cases, and Proposals.

Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, 1975.


Hammond, Paul Y. Organizing for Defense: The American Military Establishment in the

Twentieth Century. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1961.
Hartmann, Frederick H., and Robert L. Wendzel. Defending America’s Security. Washington,

D.C.: Pergamon-Brassey’s International Defense Publishers; Elmsford, N.Y.: distributed by

Pergamon Press, 1988.

Hersh, Seymour M. The Price of Power: Kissinger in the Nixon White House. New York:

Summit Books, 1983.

Hobbs, Edward H. Behind the President: A Study of Executive Office Agencies. Washington,

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Hobkirk, Michael D. The Politics of Defense Budgeting: A Study of Organisation and Resource

Allocation in the United Kingdom and the United States. Washington, D.C.: National

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Hogan, Michael J. A Cross of Iron: Harry S Truman and the National Security State, 1945-1954.

New York; Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1998.


Hunter, Robert E. Organizing for National Security. Significant Issues Series. Washington,

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________. Presidential Control of Foreign Policy: Management or Mishap? New York:

Praeger, 1982. 2nd Edition, 1987.


Hutchings, Robert L. American Diplomacy and the End of the Cold War: An Insider’s Account

of US Diplomacy in Europe, 1989-1992. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press,

1997.
Hyland, William. Mortal Rivals: Superpower Relations from Nixon to Reagan. New York:

Random House, 1987.

Inderfurth, Karl F., and Loch K. Johnson, eds. Decisions of the Highest Order: Perspectives on



the National Security Council. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole, 1988.
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Institute for Defense Analyses. International and Social Studies Division. The National Security

Process. 2 vols. Arlington, Va.: Institute for Defense Analyses, 1968. IDA, R-150.

Isenberg, David. “The Pitfalls of U.S. Covert Operations.” Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute,

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Jablonsky, David, Ronald Steel, Lawrence Korb, Morton H. Halperin, & Robert Ellsworth. U.S.

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Jackson, Henry M., ed. The National Security Council: Jackson Subcommittee Papers on Policy-

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2001.
Kamath, P.M. Executive Privilege Versus Democratic Accountability: The Special Assistant to



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Koh, Harold. The National Security Constitution: Sharing Power after the Iran-Contra Affair.

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Lobel, Aaron. Presidential Judgment:Foreign Policy Decision Making in the White House.

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Lowenthal, Mark M. The National Security Council: Organizational History. Washington,

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Meck, John F. “The Administration of Foreign Affairs and Overseas Operations of the United

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