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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. It wason thisbasisthat America’s “new empire” as opposed to its alreadyestablished continental empire wasbuilt. Article PDF first page preview. Table of contents only Opens in a new window Loading Table of Amerida. Onelection day,Truman’s victory confirmed thefactthat a majorityofvotingAmericans remained Democrats. The World turned upside down — Index. Clinton, Yeltsin, and back to a Bush — America, Russia, and the Cold War, — Herring; America, Russia, and the Cold War, — A Different Cold War — 8.
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The rise and fall of detente — Foreward — Preface to the tenth edition — Introduction: To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Viewable in new browser window: One of the byproducts of the crumbling of the Cold War consensus hasbeena questioning of traditional historical interpretations of American foreign policy in thepostwar period.
Maps, notes, bibliography, and index. Sign In Forgot password? An Environmental History since Saving a title as a favorite is NOT a request to borrow it. The burden of history To — 1. In it he argued thatthe predominant motive forexpansionism wasthedesire onthepartofbusinessmen and politicians formarkets fortradeandinvestment.
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Some of theanswers arebeingprovided by a group of whatcanloosely be called “newleft” diplomatic historians who are busilyrevising conventional notions about American foreign policy since theturnof thecentury. John Wiley and Sons, A new world order–Or the Age of Fragmentation? Soviet Union – Foreign relations – United States. This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve.
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In hisfirst chapter appropriately titled “OpenDoors,Iron Curtains” he states that the Cold War “developed on a foundation of half a centuryof Russian-American distrust andapprehension. Rossalso contends thatDewey’s executive leadership wouldhaveguaranteed thepassage of reform legislation, since congressional Republicans wouldnothavedeliberately sabotaged thelegislative programme oftheirfirstpresident in twentyyears.
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