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Essays for the Presidency

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Essays for the Presidency

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Rebooting Republican Foreign Policy Getting the GOP's Groove Back The Clinton Legacy Renewing American Leadership Rising to a New Generation of Global Challenges Reengaging With the World Toward a Realistic Peace Security and Opportunity for the Twenty-first Century An Enduring Peace Built on Freedom A New Realism America's Priorities in the War on Terror Bridges, Bombs, or Bluster? A Strategy of Partnerships Foreign Policy for a Democratic President Campaign 2000: Promoting the National Interest Campaign 2000: A Republican Foreign Policy Campaign 2000: New World, New Deal: A Democratic Approach to Globalization A Republican Looks at Foreign Policy A Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy America's First Post-Cold War President A Republican Looks at Foreign Policy A Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy The 1988 Election: U.S. Foreign Policy at a Watershed American Foreign Policy: The Bush Agenda The 1988 Election Foreign Policy and the American Character After the Election: Foreign Policy Under Reagan II The First Term: From Carter to Reagan The First Term: Four More Years: Diplomacy Restored? The First Term: The Reagan Road to Détente Beyond Détente: Toward International Economic Security For a New Policy Balance The End of Either/Or Asia After Viet Nam Policy and the People The Presidency and the Peace Two Years of the Peace Corps U.S. Policy in Latin America A Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy Putting First Things First The Senate in Foreign Policy Foreign Policy in Presidential Campaigns Korea in Perspective November 1952: Imperatives of Foreign Policy The Challenge to Americans The Foreign Policy of the American Communist Party The Promise of Human Rights Our Sovereignty: Shall We Use It? European Legislation for Industrial Peace Labor Under the Nazis The Permanent Bases of American Foreign Policy Political Factors in American Foreign Policy Some Foreign Problems of the Next Administration Our Foreign Policy Our Foreign Policy Foreign Affairs Foreign Relations of the United States, 1921-1924 American Foreign Policy: a Democratic View American Foreign Policy: a Republican View American Foreign Policy: a Progressive View After the Election1024 x 76832.0.0Portrait

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