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Thu Oct 16 17:57:03 2014 UTClccn-n881930860.10The Obamians : the struggle inside the White House to redefine American power /0.261.00George W. Bush /43668582n 881930862590962Mann, James.Mann James 1946-....Mann, James H.Mann, Jim 1946-マン, ジェームズマン, ジムlccn-no95049848Bush, George W.(George Walker)1946-lccn-n79059562Reagan, Ronaldlccn-n79018757Nixon, Richard M.(Richard Milhous)1913-1994lccn-n80026760Massie, Suzannelccn-n88073789American Motors Corporationlccn-n94112934Obama, Baracklccn-n79054058Democratic Party (U.S.)lccn-no94017703Sklar, Alannrtlccn-n98065546Riggenbach, Jeffnrtnp-massey, suzanneMassey, SuzanneMann, Jim1946-BiographyCase studiesHistoryUnited StatesDiplomatic relationsPolitical scienceChinaMilitary policyFriendshipPresidentsPolitical and social viewsBush, George W.--(George Walker),Cabinet officersPresidents--StaffPolitical consultantsCold War (1945-1989)Political leadershipSoviet UnionReagan, RonaldNixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)OratoryMassie, SuzanneInternational relationsInternational economic relationsAutomobile industry and tradeJoint venturesJeep automobileAmerican Motors CorporationPoliticiansDemocratic Party (U.S.)Power (Social sciences)Obama, BarackPeriodicals--PublishingJournalism--EditingElectionsUnited States.--CongressNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleHistory1946198519891990199719981999200020042005200620072008200920102011201220142015768228110327.7300922E902196119ocn053183361book20040.24Mann, JimRise of the Vulcans : the history of Bush's war cabinetBiographyPresents an inside look at George W. Bush's inner circle of foreign policy advisors--Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Armitage, and Condoleeza Rice+-+4447855215150219ocn233549207book20090.24Mann, JimThe rebellion of Ronald Reagan : a history of the end of the Cold WarBiographyCase studiesDrawing on new interviews and previously unavailable documents, Mann finally answers the troubling questions about Reagan's actual role in the crumbling of Soviet power; and concludes that by recognizing the significance of Gorbachev, Reagan helped bring the Cold War to a close+-+590575521510748ocn038595364book19980.29Mann, JimAbout face : a history of America's curious relationship with China from Nixon to ClintonThis is the inside story of the people, forces, politics and diplomacy that have shaped contemporary relations between the United States and China. James Mann, the Beijing bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times from 1984 to 1987, draws on hundreds of newly uncovered government documents, scores of interviews and his own experiences in writing this investigative history+-+K8050942159457ocn759911160book20120.21Mann, JimThe Obamians : the struggle inside the White House to redefine American powerHistoryBiographyAn analysis of the events, ideas, and conflicts that have defined the Obama administration's foreign policy explores the struggles to enact coherent and effective policies at a time of global turmoil7705ocn020417932book19890.33Mann, JimBeijing Jeep : the short, unhappy romance of American business in China7256ocn070265612book20070.25Mann, JimThe China fantasy : how our leaders explain away Chinese repression""Journalist and China expert Mann examines the evolution of American policy toward China and asks, Does it make sense? What are our ideas and hidden assumptions about China? In this vigorous look at China's political evolution and its future, Mann explores two scenarios popular among the policy elite. The Soothing Scenario contends that the spread of capitalism will gradually bring about a development of democratic institutions and a progressive human rights policy. In the Upheaval Scenario, the contradictions between rich and poor, between cities and the countryside, and between the openness of the economy and the unyielding Leninist system will eventually lead to a revolution, chaos, or collapse. Against this backdrop, Mann poses a third scenario: What will happen if Chinese capitalism continues to evolve and expand but the government fails to liberalize? He explores this alternate possibility and offers a startling vision of our future with China."--From publisher description."--From source other than the Library of Congress+-+80738552152424ocn036083631book19970.59Mann, JimBeijing Jeep : a case study of Western business in China"In this updated version of Beijing Jeep, Jim Mann traces the history of the stormy romance between American business and Chinese communism through the experiences of American Motors and its operation in China, Beijing Jeep, a closely watched joint venture often visited by American politicians and Chinese leaders. He explains how some of the world's savviest executives completely misjudged the business climate and recounts how the Chinese, who acquired valuable new technology at virtually no expense to themselves, ultimately outcapitalized the capitalists."--BOOK JACKET+-+K2788886351318ocn145079363file20060.14Mann, JimThe China fantasy how our leaders explain away Chinese repressionJournalist and China expert Mann examines the evolution of American policy toward China and asks, Does it make sense? What are our ideas and hidden assumptions about China? In this vigorous look at China's political evolution and its future, Mann explores two scenarios popular among the policy elite. The Soothing Scenario contends that the spread of capitalism will gradually bring about a development of democratic institutions and a progressive human rights policy. In the Upheaval Scenario, the contradictions between rich and poor, between cities and the countryside, and between the openness of the economy and the unyielding Leninist system will eventually lead to a revolution, chaos, or collapse. Against this backdrop, Mann poses a third scenario: What will happen if Chinese capitalism continues to evolve and expand but the government fails to liberalize? He explores this alternate possibility and offers a startling vision of our future with China+-+75963788963241318ocn277205491rcrd20090.14Mann, JimThe rebellion of Ronald Reagan a history of the end of the Cold WarBiographyCase studiesDrawing on new interviews and previously unavailable documents, Mann finally answers the troubling questions about Reagan's actual role in the crumbling of Soviet power; and concludes that by recognizing the significance of Gorbachev, Reagan helped bring the Cold War to a close+-+4715665596722ocn166382350book20070.30Mann, JimThe China fantasy : why capitalism will not bring democracy to China+-+4747668965484ocn777651066rcrd20120.10Mann, JimThe Obamians : the struggle inside the White House to redefine American powerHistoryBiographyAn analysis of the events, ideas, and conflicts that have defined the Obama administration's foreign policy explores the struggles to enact coherent and effective policies at a time of global turmoil291ocn014990708book19850.82Mann, JimMagazine editing : its art and practice161ocn042331475book19990.29Mann, JimZhuan xiang : cong Nikesen dao Kelindun Mei Zhong guan xi jie mi = About face : a history of America's curious relationship with China from Nixon to Clinton71ocn044721677rcrd20000.88Mann, JimAmerica and China the history of a relationship ; The NAACP : the first fifty years ; The Lee Hamilton commentaries : thinking about the futureHistory71ocn779255457rcrd20120.10Mann, JimThe Obamians how a band of newcomers redefined American powerHistoryBiography41ocn181832372book20070.19Mann, JimBushi zhan zheng nei ge shi = Rise of the Vulcans : the history of Bush's war cabinetBiography32ocn675658078book19990.47Mann, JimBeichū honryū31ocn881041994book20151.00Mann, JimGeorge W. BushBiography21ocn674891057book20040.47Urukanusu no gunzō : Busshu seiken to iraku sensō22ocn672781522book19900.47Pekin jīpu+-+4447855215+-+4447855215Thu Oct 16 16:10:01 EDT 2014batch15340