Fulbright: A Biography

Fulbright: A Biography

by Randall Bennett Woods, J. William Fulbright
     
 

A full-scale biography, including the civil rights movement and the major international events of the Cold War.See more details below

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A full-scale biography, including the civil rights movement and the major international events of the Cold War.

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ISBN-13:
9780521482622
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
12/28/2014
Pages:
733
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.77(d)

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Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Of poets, Prussians and plutocrats; 2. Oxford; 3. First family of Fayetteville; 4. A political education; 5. Taking the stage; 6. The conscience of a conservative internationalist; 7. European federation and trickle-down integration; 8. 'Washington's cleanup man'; 9. The enemy within; 10. The junior senator from Arkansas; 11. Massive retaliation, Suez, and the struggle for an alternative foreign policy; 12. Little Rock and foreign aid; 13. A changing of the guard; 14. Camelot and Cuba; 15. 'Freedom's Judas-goat'; 16. A creative tension; 17. Of myths and realities; 18. Avoiding Armageddon; 19. Escalation; 20. Texas hyperbole; 21. The hearings; 22. The politics of dissent; 23. Widening the credibility gap; 24. The war in Washington; 25. 'The price of empire'; 26. Denouement; 27. The politics of a Dixie dove; 28. Nixon and Kissinger; 29. Of arms and men; 30. Struggle for the vital center; 31. Sparta or Athens?; 32. Cambodia; 33. A foreign affairs alternative; 34. Privileges and immunities; 35. Divided minds; 36. The invisible wars; 37. Dancing with Henry; 38. Broken fences; 39. Life after office; 40. Conclusion; Index.

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