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Diffidence And Ambition: The Intellectual Sources Of U.S. Foreign Policy
Diffidence And Ambition: The Intellectual Sources Of U.S. Foreign Policy
By Carlo Maria Santoro
West-view Press, 1991, 316 pp.

The War and Peace Studies of the Council on Foreign Relations have a key place in this Italian professor and diplomat's learned and original study of how Americans came to see the consequences of the changed position of their country during and after World War II. The original Italian edition was reviewed in Foreign Affairs, Summer 1987.