The Diplomacy of the Crucial Decade: American Foreign Relations during the 1960s

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • About the Contributors vii
  • Introduction: The Crucial Decade 1
  • 1 - Men and Policies: 1961-69 11
  • Notes 38
  • 2 - Mixing the Sweet with the Sour: Kennedy, Johnson, and Latin America 42
  • Notes 69
  • Bibliography 79
  • 3 - Cold War Dollar Diplomacy: The Other Side of Containment 80
  • Notes 107
  • Bibliography 114
  • 4 - Victories and Defeats in the Long Twilight Struggle: The United States and Western Europe in the 1960s 115
  • Notes 142
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 147
  • 5 - Unwrapping the Enigma: What Was Behind the Soviet Challenge in the 1960s? 149
  • Notes 174
  • RECOMMENDED READING 182
  • 6 - It's Easy to Win a War on Paper": The United States and Vietnam, 1961-1968" 183
  • Notes 214
  • Bibliography 218
  • 7 - From Nonexistent to Almost Normal: U.S.-China Relations in the 1960s 219
  • Notes 246
  • SUGGESTED READINGS 249
  • 8 - Altered States: The United States and Japan During the 1960s 251
  • Notes 280
  • SUGGESTED READINGS 282
  • 9 - A Fool's Errand: America and the Middle East, 1961-1969 283
  • Notes 310
  • SUGGESTED READINGS 319
  • 10 - The Black Revolt: The United States and Africa in the 1960s 320
  • Notes 355
  • References 360
  • Index 361
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