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Fri Mar 21 17:13:33 2014 UTClccn-n860120320.35Cordell Hull, 1933-440.580.98Cordell Hull : paladín de la democracia y del panamericanismo /62343345Cordell_Hulln 860120321824303ハル, コーデルlccn-no99054467Berding, Andrew Henry Thomaslccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n50002952Welles, Sumner1892-1961lccn-n84012003Utley, Jonathan G.1942-lccn-n94113773Gellman, Irwin F.lccn-no2004027218Hinton, Harold B.(Harold Boaz)1898-lccn-n80126198United StatesDepartment of Stateedtlccn-n79054715Pratt, Julius William1888-lccn-n2006086924Rofe, J. Simonlccn-n97080320Butler, Michael A.(Michael Anthony)1950-Hull, Cordell1871-1955HistoryBiographyConference proceedingsUnited StatesInternational relationsHull, Cordell,World War (1939-1945)Welles, Sumner,Roosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),War--CausesJapanFriendshipPolitical scienceLatin AmericaStatesmenRelationsInternational economic relationsGreat BritainAmericaCommercial policyInter-American Conference for the Maintenance of PeaceInternational American ConferenceSouth AmericaEconomic policyPeacePan-AmericanismLibertyMoscow ConferenceLibrary of Congress.--Manuscript DivisionManuscriptsManuscripts, AmericanWashington (D.C.)World politicsDominican RepublicInternational lawReconstruction (1939-1951)Pan American DayTrujillo Molina, Rafael Leónidas,International organizationUnited NationsCabinet officersReciprocity (Commerce)TennesseeTariffLegislators187119551892190019101913191619171918192019241925192619271929193019321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501953195619571958195919601961196319641965196619671968197019711972197319741975197719791980198319851986199119921993199519961998199920012002200420072008201020129861643905923.273E748.H93ocn853116017ocn853114333ocn853116013ocn606606677ocn055528727ocn699525371ocn663507109ocn669461100ocn049928724ocn669851331ocn858113517ocn858231789ocn858143039ocn858018031ocn857971598ocn858145822ocn858244396ocn857959499ocn858267214ocn857933313ocn053307966ocn215220191ocn122514885ocn455519955ocn459470765ocn699467880ocn460694264ocn4594707482547ocn002123864book19360.66Hull, CordellAddresses and statements by the Honorable Cordell Hull, secretary of state of the United States of America, in connection with his trip to South America to attend the Inter-American conference for the maintenance of peace held at Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1-23, 19362329ocn001690258book19350.79Hull, CordellAddresses and statements by the Honorable Cordell Hull, Secretary of State of the United States of America : in connection with his trip to South America, 1933-1934, to attend the seventh International Conference of American States, Montevideo, Uruguay2042ocn000717609book19370.81United StatesReport of the Delegation of the United States of America to the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace1964ocn002159559book19340.84Etats-UnisReport of the delegates of the United States of America to the seventh International Conference of American States, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 3-26, 19331352ocn005116668book19400.79Hull, CordellAddresses and statements by the Honorable Cordell Hull, secretary of state of the United States of America, in connection with the eighth International conference of American states held at Lima, Peru, December 9-27, 1938963ocn002159575book19410.86United StatesReport of the delegation of the United States of America to the Eighth International Conference of American States, Lima, Peru, December 9-27, 1938794ocn001369796book19360.93Hull, CordellAmerican foreign trade policies752ocn004268538book19410.93United StatesSecond meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of the American republics, Habana, July 21-30, 1940 : report of the Secretary of State725ocn006271926book19370.93United StatesFundamental principles of international policy665ocn013186810book19350.93Hull, CordellForeign policy of the United States of America, address574ocn013299664book19370.93Hull, CordellThe results and significance of the Buenos Aires conference555ocn000850396book19420.93Hull, CordellThe war and human freedom5110ocn312141186book19480.39Hull, CordellThe memoirs of Cordell HullHistory501ocn014911111book19360.93Hull, CordellOpening address to the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of PeaceConference proceedings5025ocn715495053book19480.39Hull, CordellThe memoirs of Cordell HullHistory503ocn019466456book19340.95Hull, CordellSome of the results of the Montevideo conference463ocn013031286book19430.96Hull, CordellThe Moscow conference451ocn013299676book19400.92Hull, CordellAchievements of the second Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the American Republics443ocn001368814book19380.95Hull, CordellThe spirit of international law432ocn011877575book19360.93Hull, CordellOur foreign relations and our foreign policy. Address by the Honorable Cordell Hull, Secretary of State, before the Good Neighbor League, New York city, September 15, 193617546ocn000456606book19480.39Hull, CordellThe memoirs of Cordell HullHistory8613ocn010876821book19850.47Utley, Jonathan GGoing to war with Japan, 1937-1941For almost five years, Franklin Roosevelt's administration tried to keep America from being drawn into war with Japan. To understand why executive efforts failed, Utley analyzes the ideas and motives not only of the men at the top but also of the bureaucrats. He concludes that the United States ultimately acted on pragmatic views rooted in deeply held economic beliefs. Although Roosevelt and Secretary of State Cordell Hull were important decision makers, Utley finds that a powerful bureaucracy increasingly influenced U.S. foreign policy. This group was less concerned with defending China or with preserving treaties than with promoting a particular dogma. Japan sought to secure markets and raw materials by seizing control of Asia. Rejecting the advice of moderates, American bureaucrats rigidly insisted upon a "liberal-commercial" world order that would permit free trade and free investment for all nations, particularly the United States. Despite the intentions of the president and the secretary of state, Washington hawks were eventually able to maneuver economic warfare that led to military hostilities7335ocn031707822book19950.50Gellman, Irwin FSecret affairs : Franklin Roosevelt, Cordell Hull, and Sumner WellesHull never groomed a successor, and Welles kept his foreign assignations as classified as his sexual orientation+-+66668147466918ocn000587388book19410.47Hinton, Harold BCordell Hull, a biographyBiography4702ocn000245961book19640.53Pratt, Julius WilliamCordell Hull, 1933-44Biography3677ocn076786901book20070.73Rofe, J. SimonFranklin Roosevelt's foreign policy and the Welles missionHistoryGiving an analysis of the mission undertaken by FDR's Secretary of State during the Phoney War, this work explains the motivations and goals of Roosevelt through an examination of the president's foreign policy and of the nature of the Anglo-American relationship of the time+-+68253485963243212ocn037493300book19980.56Butler, Michael ACautious visionary : Cordell Hull and trade reform, 1933-1937Cordell Hull's persistence and legislative experience were determining factors at every stage in the development of the Trade Agreements Act of 1934. Rarely has such important legislation owed itself to a single man. The Trade Agreements Act resolved the long-running debate between high and low-tariff proponents, made the United States a truly international economy, and served as the first step in the creation of the political and commercial order founded at Breton Woods. The political struggles surrounding the passage and the implementation of the Act had an important, and largely underestimated, impact on the politics of the first Roosevelt administration. A number of politically influential economic nationalist, most notably Raymond Moley and George N. Peek, were forced out of the administration after losing confrontations with Hull. Yet, while Hull won the political and bureaucratic battles, his opponents had far greater influence on journalists and historians of the period. To the degree that the nation had a coherent diplomacy during the first Roosevelt administration, it was based on Hull's vision of a liberal international economic order. By outlining Hull's crucial role in the passage and implementation of the Trade Agreements Act, Cautious Visionary will restore Hull's reputation as one of the major political and diplomatic figures of the first half of our century+-+41403882351614ocn002196505book19380.86Buell, Raymond LeslieThe Hull trade program and the American system441ocn001056803book19750.94Library of CongressCordell Hull : [a register of his papers in the Library of Congress]Catalogs381ocn005731951book19370.95Hull, CordellAddress by the Honorable Cordell Hull, secretary of state, upon receiving the Woodrow Wilson medal, New York city, April 5, 1937242ocn001868644book19560.95Rodríguez Demorizi, EmilioTrujillo y Cordel Hull: un ejemplo de politica panamericanists192ocn008582943book19570.98Herrera, César ACordell Hull : paladín de la democracia y del panamericanismo183ocn004457829book19650.95Burns, Richard DeanCordell Hull a study in diplomacy, 1933-1941171ocn006996701book19560.98Rodríguez Demorizi, EmilioTrujillo and Cordell Hull161ocn022153850book19430.92United StatesCordell Hull, secretario de estado de los Estados Unidos124ocn012049597book19650.88Grollman, Catherine AnneCordell Hull and his concept of a world organizationHistory113ocn004938488book19650.92Schatz, Arthur WCordell Hull and the struggle for the reciprocal trade agreements program, 1932-1940Commercial treaties101ocn010152462book19670.93Jablon, HowardCordell Hull, the State Department, and the foreign policy of the first Roosevelt administration, 1933-193692ocn010140466book19600.95Milner, CooperThe public life of Cordell Hull, 1907-192491ocn040219484book19640.35Pratt, Julius WilliamCordell Hull, 1933-44Biography+-+4140388235Fri Mar 21 15:16:50 EDT 2014batch32599