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Look at me: I am your president now. As much as I love Sid Meier’s Civilization, I’ve always felt. Suzerain: Presidential Edition. Join the Suzerain Discord Community. About This Game As President Anton Rayne, lead Sordland into ruin or repair in your first term. Navigate a political drama, driven by conversations with your cabinet members and other significant figures in a country with its own complicated history. Beware or embrace. Browse the newest, top selling and discounted Politics products on Steam.
Suzerain Size :1.64 GB
Date:4 Dec, 2020
Developer :Torpor Games
Publisher : Fellow Traveller
Genre : :Adventure, Indie, RPG
About This Game:
As President Rayne, lead Sordland into ruin or repair during your first term in this text-based role-playing game. Navigate a political drama driven by conversations with your cabinet members and other significant figures. Beware or embrace corruption; shirk or uphold ideals. How will you lead?
System Requirements :
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7+
Processor: 2.0 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
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Storage: 1 GB available space
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Getting to Know the President, Second Edition:
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Intelligence Briefings of Presidential Candidates, 1952–2004
by John Helgerson
- Getting to Know the President (entire book) [1.9MB*]
- Book Cover [316.6KB*]
Getting to Know the President (divided by chapter)
- Front Matter [78.0KB*]
- Introduction [47.5KB*]
- Chapter 1: Truman and Eisenhower: Launching the Process [158.8KB*]
- Chapter 2: Into Politics with Kennedy and Johnson [353.5KB*]
- Chapter 3: Nixon and Ford - Uneven Access [263.3KB*]
- Chapter 4: In-Depth Discussions with Carter [208.4KB*]
- Chapter 5: Reagan and Bush - A Study in Contrasts [154.8KB*]
- Chapter 6: Briefing Governor Clinton in Little Rock [1l5.9KB*]
- Chapter 7: George W. Bush: Demanding Consumer [141.7KB*]
- Chapter 8: Concluding Observations [69.3KB*]
- Index [76KB*]
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From the Introduction
The Central Intelligence Agency is more of a presidential service organization than perhaps any other component of the US government. Since 1952, CIA, and now the Intelligence Community, have provided presidential candidates and presidents-elect with intelligence briefings during their campaigns and transitions. These briefings have helped presidents be as well informed as possible on international developments from the day they take office.
Getting To Know the President by John Helgerson describes the important process of information sharing between the Intelligence Community and the chief executive. First published in 1996 and now revised and updated to include accounts of intelligence support to candidates and presidents-elect in the three elections between then and 2004, Helgerson’s study provides unique insights into the mechanics and content of the briefings, the interaction of the participants, and the briefings’ effect on the relationships presidents have had with their intelligence services. His observations on how and what to brief during the campaign and transition periods are essential reading for members of the community charged with that responsibility in the future and seeking to learn from the best practices of their predecessors.
In addition to their central, substantive purpose, these briefings usually have also served as the IC’s introduction to the “First Customer,” the individual who, more than any other, determines what place intelligence will have in the national security hierarchy. They have been crucial in giving an early sense of the personalities of the candidates and presidents-elect, their knowledge of world affairs, and their views of how intelligence and the IC can best support national security decisionmaking.