A History of American Foreign Policy

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A HISTORY OF American Foreign Policy

by ALEXANDER DE CONDE

Charles Scribner's Sons NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Maps and Charts ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Chapter One - Theory and Practice 1
  • Notes 13
  • Chapter Two - from Colony to Nation 15
  • Notes 37
  • Chapter Three - Federalist Policies 40
  • Notes 72
  • Chapter Four - Jeffersonian Diplomacy 74
  • Notes 95
  • Chapter Five - the War of 1812 97
  • Notes 116
  • Chapter Six - the Evolution of the Monroe Doctrine 119
  • Notes 143
  • Chapter Seven - the Spur of Destiny 146
  • Notes 175
  • Chapter Eight the Acquisition of Texas and California 178
  • Notes 205
  • Chapter Nine Young America 207
  • Notes 239
  • Chapter Ten the Civil War 242
  • Notes 260
  • Chapter Eleven Postwar Expansion and Arbitration 263
  • Notes 288
  • Chapter Twelve Pugnacious Diplomacy 292
  • Notes 314
  • Chapter Thirteen Dawn of a New Destiny 317
  • Notes 336
  • Chapter Fourteen That Splendid Little War 339
  • Notes 356
  • Chapter Fifteen Open Door, and Big Stick 360
  • Notes 389
  • Chapter Sixteen Britain's Rapprochement and Dollar Diplomacy 393
  • Notes 419
  • Chapter Seventeen Missionary Diplomacy 422
  • Notes 437
  • Chapter Eighteen Pitfalls of Neutrality 440
  • Notes 459
  • Chapter Nineteen War and Peacemaking 463
  • Notes 487
  • Chapter Twenty Armaments and the Peace Crusade 491
  • Notes 517
  • Chapter Twenty-One Asia and the Americas Between Wars 520
  • Notes 548
  • Chapter Twenty-Two Economic Nationalism and Isolationism 552
  • Notes 577
  • Chapter Twenty-Three Neutrality and Nonbelligerency 580
  • Notes 610
  • Chapter Twenty-Four Politics of the Grand Coalition 614
  • Notes 650
  • Chapter Twenty-Five into the Cold War 653
  • Notes 686
  • Chapter Twenty-Six China, Japan, and the Korean War 689
  • Notes 712
  • Chapter Twenty-Seven Ferment in the Americas 715
  • Notes 740
  • Chapter Twenty-Eight the Middle East in American Policy 743
  • Notes 764
  • Chapter Twenty-Nine European Security 766
  • Notes 804
  • Chapter Thirty Emergence of Afro-Asian Nationalism 807
  • Notes 844
  • In Conclusion 847
  • Notes 850
  • Appendix a the Presidents and Their Secreatries of State 853
  • Appendix B Extracts from the Constitution Concerning Foreign Relations 856
  • Appendix C Treaty Making in the United States 858
  • Appendix D Classification of Diplomats 860
  • Appendix E Organization of the Department of State 861
  • Appendix E Basic Organization of a Diplomatic Mission 862
  • Supplementary Readings 863
  • Index 897
  • Picture Sources 913
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