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Bert E. Park M.D.
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978-0812280050
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University of Pennsylvania Press; Reprint 2016 ed. edition (December 1, 1986)
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Politics & Government
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He dis In The Impact of Illness on World Leaders, Bert E. Park explores the relationship between leadership and . Park explores the relationship between leadership and neurologic illness. Basing his study on a rigorous examination of primary and secondary source material from medicine, history, and political science, Park diagnoses illnesses which affected the thinking and actions of Anthony Eden and Adolf Hitler, among others. Park argues that the impact of aging and disease on leadership abilities is an important, potentially devastating problem which has been ignored by the people in a position to deal with it.

In The Impact of Illness on World Leaders, Bert E. Park explores the relationship between leadership and neurologic illness

In The Impact of Illness on World Leaders, Bert E. He discusses the historical situations in which these political leaders functioned and the effects their illnesses might have had on the decisions they made.

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Bert E. Park, The impact of illness on world leaders, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986, 8vo, pp. xxiii, 373, £2. 0. Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, Oxford. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 August 2012. Send article to Kindle. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. His chapter on Woodrow Wilson is especially outstanding, and provides new evidence that validates his early book, "The Impact of Illness" on the subject. What caught my eye was his detailed discussion of John Kennedy, his use of amphetamines and steroids; his association with a questionable doctor (Dr. Max Jacobson); also, the ongoing cover-up by the Kennedy family concerning his Addison's disease and dependence upon the steroids.

Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. author {Anastasia Kucharski}, year {1987} }. Anastasia Kucharski.

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In The Impact of Illness on World Leaders, Bert E. Park explores the relationship between leadership and neurologic illness. Basing his study on a rigorous examination of primary and secondary source material from medicine, history, and political science, Park diagnoses illnesses which affected the thinking and actions of Anthony Eden and Adolf Hitler, among others. He discusses the historical situations in which these political leaders functioned and the effects their illnesses might have had on the decisions they made.

Park argues that the impact of aging and disease on leadership abilities is an important, potentially devastating problem which has been ignored by the people in a position to deal with it. Physicians who attend men in power, supported by government officials and politicians, often disguise their patients' infirmities and keep them in office long after they are able to function effectively.

In those few instances when the problem has been addressed, it has often been done by journalists or other persons not qualified to make a medical judgment about a leader's health, and they have relayed erroneous information (e.g., the myth of Hitler's syphilis). Part of the goal of The Impact of Illness on World Leaders is to correct such popular misconceptions. Park concludes his study of leadership and illness with suggestions for monitoring the health of leaders and deposing them if their health compromises their ability to lead.