Empire as a Way of Life

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Empire as a Way of Life

By William Appleman Williams
Oxford University Press, 1980
208 pp. $14.95

A restatement of the author's familiar argument that Americans have been quintessential imperialists at home and abroad. His romantic message: give up imperialism on pain of death; turn instead to regional communities. Not much guidance here for those who must formulate specific policies.

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