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This book uses the words of those American leaders who were responsible for, or opposed to, the course of US foreign policies over the past few centuries. Collectively, these documents will add another, and vital, layer of understanding to our studies of American foreign policy, to our attempt to understand the reasons behind the wars, terrorism, and globalization that cha This book uses the words of those American leaders who were responsible for, or opposed to, the course of US foreign policies over the past few centuries. Collectively, these documents will add another, and vital, layer of understanding to our studies of American foreign policy, to our attempt to understand the reasons behind the wars, terrorism, and globalization that characterize our modern world.


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This book uses the words of those American leaders who were responsible for, or opposed to, the course of US foreign policies over the past few centuries. Collectively, these documents will add another, and vital, layer of understanding to our studies of American foreign policy, to our attempt to understand the reasons behind the wars, terrorism, and globalization that cha This book uses the words of those American leaders who were responsible for, or opposed to, the course of US foreign policies over the past few centuries. Collectively, these documents will add another, and vital, layer of understanding to our studies of American foreign policy, to our attempt to understand the reasons behind the wars, terrorism, and globalization that characterize our modern world.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ms.

    Great primer for any U.S. political/historical reader who is interested in a premise for policy that concludes America's foreign policy is her domestic policy. Great primer for any U.S. political/historical reader who is interested in a premise for policy that concludes America's foreign policy is her domestic policy.

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