Kennan and the Art of Foreign Policy

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Harvard University Press, 1989 - History - 380 pages
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From an array of intellectual reference points, Stephanson (history, Rutgers U.) has written a serious assessment of this complicated, often controversial, highly respected American policymaker. A work of general significance for a wide range of contemporary issues in foreign and domestic politics a
 

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Called by the publisher an "intellectual biography'' and an "interdisciplinary analysis,'' this is little more than revisionist history at its worst. Confusing, wordy, and arrogant, the work is highly ... Read full review

Contents

The Thirties
5
War and Alliance
24
Back in the U S of A
54
Reconstruction and Division
117
Dark Continents
157
The Importance of Being Realistic
176
No Exit
215
Utopian Containment
230
Appendix A Survey of the Soviet Analysis
257
Appendix B On Ideology
266
Notes
274
Bibliographic Sources
356
Index
371
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Anders Stephanson, professor of history at Columbia University, is the author of "Kennan and the Art of Foreign Policy."

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