Blacker, Coit and Sandalow, Marc, "Emergency Crisis Response: The Decision Making Process in the Weeks following September 11th"
- Type of resource
- Moving image
- Stanford (Calif.)
- Date created
- February 04, 2002
- Broadcast standard
- Digital origin
- reformatted digital
- 1 VHS tape
The materials consist of handouts and videorecordings of lectures.
"How does America's crisis response system operate? What is the role of the National Security Council? State Department? CIA? Pentagon? Who made decisions on how to respond to 9-11? What factors influenced their decisions? What alternatives were discussed? Discussion: What should be the goals of a response? What considerations do decision-makers face? How do we evaluate their final decisions, both from the vantage of the decision-makers, and from our own vantage point (with the benefit of hindsight but the disadvantage of incomplete information)? What is the ""propaganda war""?"
- Digitized by Stanford University Libraries in 2014.
- Source ID
- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
- Collection call number
- Use and reproduction
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