“He did, however, welcome the executive secretary of the NSC as an enlargement of the Presidential staff, choosing for the position Rear Admiral Sidney Souers, an experienced national security hand and St. Louis business executive.”
“Presidents have come to rely on the national security adviser as their point person to integrate the many different policy dimensionsdefense and diplomacy, international and homeland securityinto a coherent whole.”
“He did not provide independent substantive advice, nor was his stature equal to that of Eisenhowers formal national security assistants, Bobby Cutler and later Gordon Gray.”
“The White House has become the locus of effective policymakingboth for foreign and national security matters and for economic and domestic policyand all the more so as the distinctions between these disparate policy spheres have increasingly blurred.”
“At the very least, the Eisenhower NSCs process of coordinating, planning, discussing and educating created, in the words of a senior staff member, a network of relationships which constituted a national security community within the U.S. government.”
“The group included several former sectys. of state, national security advisors, distinguished nuclear scientists, the chiefs of staff, etc.”
“Indeed, though presidents have other senior aides for economics and the environment, they often rely on their national security advisers to coordinate these issues as wellbecause of the overlap with traditional security concerns and because presidents work more closely with, and hence have more trust in, this unique individual.”
“Central to the story here, though, is the institution that would provide the organizational base for presidential national security advisers: the National Security Council NSC, established by the National Security Act of 1947.”
“Its first occupant, Robert Bobby Cutler, organized an elaborate interagency process featuring detailed policy papers covering essentially all significant national security issues.”
“The national security adviser: Hersh, The Price of Power, p.”
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