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New left diplomatic histories and historians: the American revisionists / [by] Joseph M. Siracusa
Bib ID 1986100
Format BookBook
Author
Siracusa, Joseph M. (Joseph Marcus)
 
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Description Port Washington, N.Y. : Kennikat Press, 1973 
viii, 138 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0804690375
Series

Kennikat Press national university publications. Series in American studies

Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: Chapter One
  • Origins and Antecedents of the New Left Diplomatic Historiography 3
  • Chapter Two
  • William Appleman Williams, American Diplomacy, and the New Left 23
  • Chapter Three
  • The New Left and the Reconstruction of United States
  • Diplomatic History, 1898-1941 50
 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 125-134.

Subjects United States -- Foreign relations -- Historiography.

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