American Foreign Policy: A Documentary Survey, 1776-1960

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Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1961 - U.S. / Foreign Relations / Sources - 458 pages

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Contents

ONE THE MECHANICS OF FOREIGN POLICY
1
The United States and France
8
Congress and the League of Armed Neutrality
17
The Mission of America
24
IV
48
Limits of the Doctrine
73
The Fever of the Forties
79
The War with Mexico
86
Secretary
195
The Munitions Trade
210
ProAllied Sentiment
217
Entry into the War
220
Speech of Senator John Sharp Williams of Missis
226
The Good Neighbor Policy
273
FOURTEEN
286
II
302

The United States and Cuba
94
Canal Diplomacy
110
The Maximilian Affair and the Monroe Doctrine
121
The Aftermath of War
122
Revival of Expansionist Designs
128
The Pacific
137
The SpanishAmerican War
146
Imperialism as an Issue in the Election of 1900
155
NINE THE UNITED STATES AND THE CARIBBEAN 19001917
163
Dollar Diplomacy and the Monroe Doctrine
175
TEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE FAR EAST 19001917
185
Dollar Diplomacy and China
192
FIFTEEN
311
SIXTEEN
332
From Cooperation to Containment
363
The Cold War and the Search for Security 19471950
371
From Cooperation to the Korean War
383
Global Problems
397
Roads to Peace
412
The U2 Incident and the Failure of the Summit Conference Paris
420
The Role of the United Nations
429
Presidents Secretaries of State Congresses
440
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