Power and Principle: Armed Intervention in Wilsonian Foreign Policy

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CONTENTS
Preface and Acknowledgmentsix
INTRODUCTION Force as Power: The Wilsonian Example1
1. The Power of Ideals: The Wilsonian Framework8
The Wilsonian Leader
The Wilsonian President
The Wilsonian Administrator
The Wilsonian Diplomat
The Wilsonian Warrior
The Wilsonian Advisers
2. The Power of Civilian Control: Mexico34
The Occupation of Veracruz, 1914
The Punitive Expedition, 1916
Civilian Supremacy and the Interventions in Haiti, Santo Domingo, World War I, and Russia
3. The Power of Ideology: Santo Domingo and Haiti69
American Democratic Ideology and the Mexican Interventions
Defining Policy: The Dominican Republic, 1913-1915
The Occupation of Haiti, 1915
The Occupation of the Dominican Republic, 1916
American Democratic Ideology During World War I and the Russian Interventions
4. The Power of the Law: The Period of Neutrality114
International Law During the Interventions in Mexico, Haiti, and Santo Domingo
Defining American Neutrality
Promoting Mediation
Defending Neutrality
5. The Power of Cooperation: World War I155
Cooperation During the Interventions in Mexico, Haiti, and Santo Domingo
Establishing Cooperation at Home
Establishing Cooperation Abroad
6. The Power of Collective Security: Russia185
Collective Action Before World War I
Collective Security and the Interventions in Russia
Collective Pressures for Intervention

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