Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy

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Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy

Edited by Alexander DeConde
Scribner's, 1978

An intelligently edited and handsomely produced collection of 95 original essays on broad themes - e.g., colonialism, the domino theory, ethnicity and foreign policy, pacifism, revisionism, the Monroe Doctrine, the Nixon Doctrine, etc. Not a facts-and-figures reference work but a contribution to the history of ideas. Most of the authors are American diplomatic historians.

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