The American Age: United States Foreign Policy at Home and Abroad

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General Bibliography

AFGHANISTAN: Anthony Arnold, Afghanistan ( 1981); Stanley Wolpert, Roots of Confrontation in South Asia ( 1982).

AFRICA: Africa Contemporary Record: Annual Survey and Documents ( 1968- ); Peter Duignan and Lewis H. Gann, The United States and Africa ( 1984); Henry F. Jackson, From Congo to Soweto ( 1982). (See also individual countries.)

ANGOLA: John A. Marcum, The Angolan Revolution, 2 vols. ( 1969, 1978). (See also AFRICA.)

ARGENTINA: Joseph Tulchin, Argentina and the United States ( 1990); Arthur P. Whitaker, The U.S. and the Southern Cone ( 1976). (See also LATIN AMERICA.)

ATLASES: Gerard Chaliand and Jean-Pierre Rageau, Strategic Atlas ( 1985); Michael Kidron and Dan Smith, The State of the World Atlas ( 1981); Harry F. Young, Atlas of U.S. Foreign Relations ( 1983).

AUSTRALIA: St. Glen John Barclay, Friends in High Places: The Australian-American Security Relationship since 1945 ( 1985).

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Guide to American Foreign Relations since 1700, ed. Richard Dean Burns ( 1983); Linda Killen and Richard L. Lael, Versailles and After: An Annotated Bibliography of American Foreign Relations, 1919-1933 ( 1982). (See also individual topics.)

BRAZIL: Frank D. McCann, The Brazilian-American Alliance, 1937-1945 ( 1972); Robert Wesson , The U.S. and Brazil ( 1981). (See also LATIN AMERICA.)

CAMBODIA: William Shawcross, The Quality of Mercy ( 1984); William Shawcross, Sideshow ( 1979). (See also VIETNAM.)

CANADA: Charles Doran, Forgotten Partnership ( 1985); Canada and the United States, ed. Charles F. Doran and John H. Sigler ( 1985); Seymour Martin Lipset, Continental Divide ( 1990); Lawrence Martin, Presidents and the Prime Ministers ... 1867-1982 ( 1982).

CENTRAL AMERICA: John Booth and Thomas Walker, Understanding Central America ( 1993); The Central American Crisis, ed. Kenneth M. Coleman and George C. Herring ( 1991); Walter LaFeber, Inevitable Revolutions ( 1993); Thomas M. Leonard, Central America and U.S. Policies, 1820s-1980s ( 1985). Ralph L. Woodward, Central America ( 1986). (See also individual countries.)

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY: John Ranelagh, The Agency ( 1987); Bradley F. Smith, The Shadow Warriors ( 1983); Gregory F. Treverton, Covert Action ( 1987).

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