...plus c'est la même chose.
This review of Benjamin Greene's Eisenhower, Science Advice, and the Nuclear Test-Ban Debate is rather interesting. Take this excerpt for example:
Greene draws upon the private papers of the President and many of his key advisors and argues that, although Eisenhower sincerely wanted a test ban as early as 1954, he failed to obtain one primarily because he allowed policy to be captured by scientists and science advisors for much of his presidency.
Greene depicts Eisenhower as a well-intentioned leader overwhelmed by issues beyond his comprehension.