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Title:Ideology and U.S Foreign Policy
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Publisher:Yale University Press
ISBN:0300043694
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Number of Pages:251
Category:History, Non fiction, American history, Politics

Ideology and U.S Foreign Policy by Michael H. Hunt

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Ideology and U.S Foreign Policy, World Transformed & World Transformed Reader & Bedford Glossary for World History, A Vietnam War Reader: A Documentary History from American and Vietnamese Perspectives, Lyndon Johnson's War: America's Cold War Crusade in Vietnam, 1945-1968 (Hill and Wang Critical Issues), The American Ascendancy: How the United States Gained and Wielded Global Dominance, Making of a Special Relationship: The United States and China to 1914, Crises in U.S. Foreign Policy: An International History Reader, Arc of Empire: America's Wars in Asia from the Philippines to Vietnam, The Genesis of Chinese Communist Foreign Policy, World Transformed & World Tranformed Documentary Reader: 1945 to the Present
No description available, A simple question lurks amid the considerable controversy created by recent U S policy what road did Americans travel to reach their current global preeminence Taking the long historical view Michael Hunt demonstrates that wealth confidence and leadership were key elements to America s ascent In an analytic narrative that illuminates the past rather than indulges in political triumphalism he provides crucial insights into the country s problematic place in the world today br br Hunt charts America s rise to global power from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to a culminating multilayered dominance achieved in the mid twentieth century that has led to unanticipated constraints and perplexities over the last several decades Themes that figure prominently in his account include the rise of the American state and a nationalist ideology and the domestic effects and international spread of consumer society He examines how the United States remade great power relations fashioned limits for the third world and shaped our current international economic and cultural order Hunt concludes by addressing current issues such as how durable American power really is and what options remain for America s future His provocative exploration will engage anyone concerned about the fate of our republic br br What road did Americans travel to reach global preeminence Taking the long historical view Hunt demonstrates that wealth confidence and leadership were key elements to America s ascent In an analytic narrative that illuminates the past rather than indulges in political triumphalism he provides crucial insights into the country s problematic place in the world today Hunt charts America s rise to global power from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to a culminating multilayered dominance achieved in the mid twentieth century He examines how the United States remade great power relations fashioned limits for the third world and shaped the current international economic and cultural order Hunt concludes by addressing current issues such as how durable American power really is and what options remain for America s future br, No description available, No description available