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From the Publisher"Impressively researched, fair-minded and frequently entertaining. . . . Provide[s] a fresh and learned perspective on a much studied subject."
— American Communist History
"Innovative, nuanced, and important."
— International History Review
"An effective case for the broadest possible view of what shapes the foreign relations of nations."
— Journal of American History
"[Endy] has contributed an important piece to the story of contemporary globalization."
— Journal of Cold War Studies
By focusing on American travel in France after World War II, Endy shows how both the U.S. and French governments actively cultivated and shaped mass tourism to advance their foreign policy agendas.