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Ideas and American foreign policy : a reader

Author: Andrew J Bacevich
Publisher: New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2018] ©2018
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"This book offers a collection of documents that illuminate the ideas that have shaped American foreign policy and also the ideas that critics have drawn upon in assessing those policies, with commentary by the editor."--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Sources
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew J Bacevich
ISBN: 9780190645397 0190645393 9780190645403 0190645407
OCLC Number: 1022616683
Description: xv, 526 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: "A Model of Christian Charity" (1630) / John Winthrop --
"Theopolis Americana" (1709) / Cotton Mather --
"Religion and Patriotism the Constituents of a Good Soldier" (1755) / Samuel Davies --
"Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" (1775) / Patrick Henry --
"Common Sense" (1776) / Tom Paine --
"The United States Elevated to Glory and Honor" (1783) / Ezra Stiles --
"The Federalist No. 11" (1787) / Publius [Alexander Hamilton] --
"Farewell Address" (1796) / George Washington --
"Third Annual Message" (1803) / Thomas Jefferson --
"Speech on Independence Day" (1821) / John Quincy Adams --
"The Monroe Doctrine" (1823) / James Monroe --
"On Indian Removal" (1830) / Andrew Jackson --
"Present Crisis in the Condition of the American Indians" (1830) / Jeremiah Everts --
"Letter to Congress" (1836) / John Ross --
"The Triumph of Liberty in France" (1830) / William Wirt --
"Conduct of Foreign Affairs by the American Democracy," Democracy in America (1835) / Alexis de Tocqueville --
"A Letter to the Honorable Henry Clay" (1837) / William Ellery Charming --
"The Great Nation of Futurity," The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (November 1839) / John L. O'Sullivan --
"Annexation," The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (July-August 1845) / John L. O'Sullivan --
"Our Territory on the Pacific," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (July 7, 1846) / Walt Whitman --
"On the Mexican War" (1847) / Thomas Corwin --
"The War with Mexico" (1848) / Abraham Lincoln --
"Letter to the Emperor of Japan" (1853) / Millard Fillmore --
"A Broadway Pageant," Leaves of Grass (1860) / Walt Whitman --
"Gettysburg Address" (1863) / Abraham Lincoln --
"Manifest Destiny," Harper's New Monthly Magazine (March 1885) / John Fiske --
Our Country (1885) / Josiah Strong --
"The United States Looking Outward," The Atlantic Monthly (December 1890) / Alfred Thayer Mahan --
"The Benefits of War," North American Review (December 1891) / Stephen B. Luce --
"The Significance of the Frontier in American History" (1893) / Frederick Jackson Turner --
"The March of the Flag" (1898) / Albert J. Beveridge --
"On Empire and the Philippines" (1898) / William Graham Sumner --
"The White Man's Burden," New York Sun (February 10, 1899) / Rudyard Kipling --
"Expansion," Mr. Dooley in the Hearts of His Countrymen (1899) / Finley Peter Dunne --
"Democracy or Militarism" (1899) / Jane Addams --
"Americanism versus Imperialism," North American Review (January 1899) / Andrew Carnegie --
"In Support of an American Empire" (1900) / Albert J. Beveridge --
"The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Updated" (1900) / Mark Twain --
"Imperialism (Flag of an Empire)" (1900) / William Jennings Bryan --
"First Open Door Note" (1899) / John Hay --
"The Platt Amendment" (1901) / Fifty-Sixth Congress --
"Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine" (1904) / Theodore Roosevelt --
Promise of American Life (1909) / Herbert Croly --
Valor of Ignorance (1909) / Homer Lea --
"The Moral Equivalent of War," McClure's Magazine (August 1910) / William James --
"Dollar Diplomacy" (1912) / William Howard Taft --
"Speech in Philadelphia" (1915) / Woodrow Wilson --
"Preamble" (1915) / Woman's Peace Party --
"Preparedness, the Road to Universal Slaughter," Mother Earth (December 1915) / Emma Goldman --
"Democracy of Business" (1916) / Woodrow Wilson --
"Peace Without Victory" (1917) / Woodrow Wilson --
"War Message" (1917) / Woodrow Wilson --
"Against Entry into War" (1917) / George Norris --
"War with Germany" (1917) / Robert LaFollette --
"Over There" (1917) / George M. Cohan --
"Address on Flag Day" (1917) / Woodrow Wilson --
"The State" (1918) / Randolph Bourne --
"Canton, Ohio Anti- War Speech" (1918) / Eugene V. Debs --
"League of Nations Speech" (1919) / Woodrow Wilson --
"Pueblo, Colorado Speech" (1919) / Woodrow Wilson --
"Opposing the League of Nations" (1919) / Henry Cabot Lodge --
"The League of Nations" (1919) / William E. Borah --
"Report of the Overman Committee" (1919) / United States Senate --
"Introduction" to Lothrop Stoddard, Rising Tide of Color (1921) / Madison Grant --
"The Conference on Limitation of Armament" (1921) / Charles Evans Hughes --
Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928) --
"Letter to Senator Borah" (1932) / Henry L. Stimson --
Merchants of Death (1934) / H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen --
War Is a Racket (1935) / Smedley Butler --
"Chatauqua Speech" (1936) / Franklin D. Roosevelt --
"Giddy Minds and Foreign Quarrels,"Harper's (September 1939) / Charles A. Beard --
"Neutrality and War" (1939) / Charles Lindbergh --
"Fireside Chat" (1940) / Franklin D. Roosevelt --
"Step by Step--The War," Social Justice (September 2,1940) --
"Statement of Policy" (1941) / Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies --
"Des Moines Speech" (1941) / Charles Lindbergh --
"The Four Freedoms" (1941) / Franklin D. Roosevelt --
"The American Century," Life (February 17, 1941) / Henry Luce --
U.S. Foreign Policy : Shield of the Republic (1943) / Walter Lippmann --
"The Truman Doctrine" (1947) / Harry S Truman --
"The Sources of Soviet Conduct," Foreign Affairs (July 1947) / X [George F. Kerman] --
"Statement to the United Nations' General Assembly on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights" (1948) / Eleanor Roosevelt --
"My Commitments" (1948) / Henry A. Wallace --
Vital Center : The Politics of Freedom (1949) / Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. --
NSC 68 : "United States Objectives and Programs for National Security" (1950) --
"Farewell Address to Congress" (1951) / Douglas MacArthur --
Irony of American History (1952) / Reinhold Niebuhr --
Stages of Economic Growth : A Non-Communist Manifesto (1960) / W.W. Rostow --
"Inaugural Address" (1961) / John F. Kennedy --
"Peace without Conquest" (1965) / Lyndon Baines Johnson --
Quiet American (1955) / Graham Greene --
Power Elite (1956) / C. Wright Mills --
Tragedy of American Diplomacy (1959) / William Appleman Williams --
"Farewell Address to the Nation" (1961) / Dwight D. Eisenhower --
"The Port Huron Statement" (1962) / Students for a Democratic Society --
"Acceptance Speech" (1964) / Barry Goldwater --
"The Fatal Arrogance of Power" (May 15, 1966) / J. William Fulbright --
"Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam" (1967) / Martin Luther King --
"I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag" (1967) / Country Joe and the Fish --
"Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee" (1971) / John Kerry --
"Crisis of Confidence" (July 15, 1979) / Jimmy Carter --
"The Morality of Obliteration Bombing," Theological Studies (1944) / John Cuthbert Ford, SJ --
"Statement by the President Announcing the Use of the A-Bomb at Hiroshima" (1945) / Harry S Truman --
"The Catholic Worker Response to Hiroshima," The Catholic Worker (September 1945) / Dorothy Day --
"Implications for Military Policy" (1946) / Bernard Brodie --
"The Evolution of Foreign Policy" (1954) / John Foster Dulles --
"Delicate Balance of Terror" (1958) / Albert Wohlstetter --
"American University Speech" (1963) / John F. Kennedy --
"Graduation Address, United States Air Force Academy" (1964) / Curtis LeMay --
Dr. Strangelove, a film by Stanley Kubrick (1964) --
"Star Wars Speech" (1983) / Ronald Reagan --
"The Challenge of Peace : A Synopsis" (1983) / U.S. Catholic Bishops --
"Nuclear War and Climatic Catastrophe," Foreign Affairs (Winter 1983/1984) / Carl Sagan --
"Dictatorships and Double Standards," Commentary (November 1979) / Jeane J. Kirkpatrick --
"Time to Recapture Our Destiny" (July 17, 1980) / Ronald Reagan --
"The Uses of Military Power" (1984) / Caspar Weinberger --
"God Bless the USA" (1984) / Lee Greenwood --
"The End of History?" The National Interest (Summer 1989) / Francis Fukuyama --
"The Unipolar Moment," Foreign Affairs (America and the World 1990/1991) / Charles Krauthammer --
"The Clash of Civilizations?" Foreign Affairs (Summer 1993) / Samuel Huntington --
"The Coming Anarchy," The Atlantic Monthly (February 1994) / Robert Kaplan --
"A Manifesto for the Fast World," New York Times Magazine (March 28, 1999) / Thomas L. Friedman --
"From Containment to Enlargement" (1993) / Anthony Lake --
"Address to a Joint Session of Congress" (2001) / George W. Bush --
"State of the Union Address" (2002) / George W. Bush --
"West Point Commencement Speech" (2002) / George W. Bush --
"A Time for Toppling," Wall Street Journal (September 28, 2002) / Bernard Lewis --
End to Evil (2004) / David Frum and Richard Perle --
"World War IV : How It Started, What It Means, Why We Have to Win," Commentary (September 2004) / Norman Podhoretz --
"Second Inaugural Address" (January 20, 2005) / George W. Bush --
"Tuesday and After," The New Yorker (September 24, 2001) / Susan Sontag --
"Weighing the Costs of War in Iraq" (2002) / Barack Obama --
"September 11, 2001 : A Pacifist Response," South Atlantic Quarterly (Spring 2002) / Stanley Hauerwas --
"The Eagle Has Crash Landed," Foreign Policy (July-August 2002) / Immanuel Wallerstein --
"A Citizen's Response to the National Security Strategy of the United States of America," Orion Magazine (March/April 2003) / Wendell Berry --
"America's Image in the World" (2003) / Robert Byrd --
"Inverted Totalitarianism," The Nation (May 1, 2003) / Sheldon Wolin --
"No End to War," The American Conservative (March 1, 2004) / Patrick Buchanan--
"A Fighting Faith," The New Republic (December 13, 2004) / Peter Beinart --
"Twilight of the Republic?" Commonweal (November 27, 2006) / Andrew J. Bacevich --
"Superpowers Don't Get to Retire," The New Republic (May 26, 2014) / Robert Kagan --
"Presidential Campaign Announcement" (2015) / Donald J. Trump --
"The Case for Offshore Balancing," Foreign Affairs (July/August 2016) / John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt --
"Inaugural Address" (January 20, 2017) / Donald J. Trump.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew J. Bacevich.

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