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With an extremely accessible, engaging style, this brief, inexpensive book will provoke class discussions and motivate critical thinking through its analysis of American foreign policy. Loch Johnson, a renowned expert in the field, identifies and analyzes seven major shortcomings — “sins” — of American foreign policy that he argues have inspired the pervasive negative attitudes toward the United States today. The book, tackling a subject that is sure to be of central interest during the 2006 election year, will complement any American foreign policy course/book.
2 Executive Branch Dominance
3 Over Reliance on the Military
6 Lack of Empathy