Covert Operations as a Tool of Presidential Foreign Policy in American History from 1800 to 1920: Foreign Policy in the Shadows

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2000 - Political Science - 223 pages
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Contents

PARTI
1
Understanding the Dynamics of Covert Action
7
PART II
15
Covert Actions of the James Madison Administration 1809 1817
29
Agent of Influence Operations in the James Monroe and John Quincy Adams Administrations
43
Andrew Jackson and the Expanded Role of Diplomatic Agents of Influence 1829 1837
53
John Tylers Propaganda Operation in Maine 18411842
65
Covert Action and Westward Expansion in the Polk Administration 1845 1849
79
PARTIU
125
Covert Actions in the Arthur Administration 1881 1885
133
Covert Actions in the Benjamin Harrison Administration 1889 1893
143
Covert Actions in the William McKinley Administration 1897 1901
157
Covert Action in the Theodore Roosevelt Administration
169
Covert Action in the Wilson Administration
183
Conclusions
199
BIBLIOGRAPHY
205

Propaganda Operations in
91
The Establishment of the Covert Option in the Early Republic
105

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