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America As an Ordinary Country U.S. Foreign Policy and the Future by Richard Rosecrance

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Published by Cornell Univ Pr .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Encyclopaedias & Reference Works,
  • Foreign relations,
  • United States,
  • 1945-1989

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7847869M
ISBN 10080141010X
ISBN 109780801410109

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The CRA, according to the author, is a rival constitution to the original constitution and so the United States of America can no longer be united since it is now being ruled by two opposing constitutions. One is the de jure, which favors conservatives, Republicans, in short, straight white men/5(8). Introduction / Richard Rosecrance --United States foreign policy and the future / Alastair Buchan --Détente and the American national interest / Coral Bell --Europe and the contradictions in American policy / Pierre Hassner --The United States and European community / François Duchʼene --West Germany's place in American foreign policy: pivot, anchor, or broker? Home > de Wit Books > AMERICA AS AN ORDINARY COUNTRY: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND AMERICA AS AN ORDINARY COUNTRY: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND THE FUTURE. Add to basket Buy Now AMERICA AS AN ORDINARY COUNTRY: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND THE FUTURE by Rosecrance, Richard, ed. Used; hardcover; Condition See description Seller. de Wit Books. Ordinary Americans covers years of U.S. history from a bottom -up rather than Most Americans are not rich and famous, yet it is the stories of the rich and famous that fill our history books. Ordinary Americans is different; it tells history as the average American actually lived it/5(4).

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