The Tragedy of American Diplomacy

W. W. Norton & Company, 1988 - 334 sider
One of the first modern historians to integrate economic realities into the study of American foreign policy, William Appleman Williams has been a diplomatic historian of major influence since the first publication of The Tragedy of American Diplomacy. In this pioneering book, "the man who has really put the counter-tradition together in its modern form" (Saturday Review) examines the profound contradictions between America's ideals and its uses of its vast power, from the Open Door Notes of 1898 to the Bay of Pigs and the Vietnam War.

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Review: The Tragedy of American Diplomacy

Brukerevaluering  - Brandy - Goodreads

Read this for a grad class. I found this book thoroughly enjoyable, due to Williams' unbridled bias and anger. For those same reasons, though, I wouldn't recommend this book to someone who didn't ... Les hele vurderingen

Review: The Tragedy of American Diplomacy

Brukerevaluering  - Stella - Goodreads

Excellent book about the failure of American liberalism. Williams looks at the creation of the modern liberal (who he believes was born out of the more reactionary measures of the Second New Deal ... Les hele vurderingen

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A former president of the Organization of American Historians, William Appleman Williams taught for many years at the University of Wisconsin and Oregon State University. His books include The Contours of American History, The Tragedy of American Diplomacy, and Empire as a Way of Life.

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