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Modernity and power : a history of the domino theory in the twentieth century

Author: Frank Ninkovich
Publisher: Chicago Univ. of Chicago Press 1994
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text provides an overview of 20th-century United States foreign policy, from the Roosevelt and Taft administrations through the presidencies of Kennedy and Johnson. The development of the global  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Ninkovich
ISBN: 0226586502 9780226586502 0226586510 9780226586519
OCLC Number: 832336004
Description: XVIII, 418 Seiten 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction 1: Roosevelt and Taft: The Emergence of Civilization as Policy Principle 2: Woodrow Wilson and the Historical Necessity of Idealism 3: Herbert Hoover: Culture versus Civilization 4: Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Halfway Wilsonian 5: Wilsonian Problems: George F. Kennan and the Definition of the Cold War 6: Wilsonian Solutions: Toward a New Language of Power 7: Eisenhower's Symbolic Cold War 8: John F. Kennedy and the Impossibility of Realism 9: Lyndon Johnson and the Crisis of World Opinion Conclusion Abbreviations Used Frequently in the Notes Notes Index
Responsibility: Frank Ninkovich
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