In Sickness and in Power: Illness in Heads of Government During the Last 100 Years
Methuen, 2008 - 420 páginas
This study of illness in heads of government between 1901 and 2007 considers how illness and therapy - both physical and mental - affect the process of government and decision-making, leading to acts of folly, in the sense of stupidity or rashness.
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