A diplomatic history of the American people

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1980 - Political Science - 1093 pages
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The impact of public opinion on foreign policies is the central focus of this interpretative study

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Bailey's writing style makes this a fun read. The book is structured in short, digestible chapters with bibliographies at the end of each chapter. The analysis is concise and straightforward. Towards ... Read full review

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Factors Forces and Functions
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MAPS AND CHARTS
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The Colonial Backdrop
19
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About the author (1980)

Thomas A. Bailey (1903-1983) taught history at his alma mater, Stanford University, for nearly forty years. Long regarded as one of the nation's premier historians of American diplomacy, he was honored by his colleagues in 1968 with election to the presidencies of both the Organization of American Historians and the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations. He was the author, editor, or co-editor of some twenty-books, but the work in which he took the most pride was The American Pageant through which, he liked to say, he had taught American history to several million students.

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