Thank God They're on Our Side: The United States and Right-wing Dictatorships, 1921-1965
Despite its avowed commitment to liberalism and democracy internationally, the United States has frequently chosen to back repressive or authoritarian regimes in parts of the world. In this comprehensive examination of American support of right-wing dicta
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The Origins of the Good Neighbor Policy
From Accommodation to Appeasement to
Disreputable Govermuents or Allies?
Thank God Theyre on Our Side
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