Star-Spangled Mirror: A Father's Legacy Shapes John Kerry's Worldviewby Richard J. Kerry, Franklin Foer (Foreword by)
The Star-Spangled Mirror captures the dilemma of America's continuing reliance on an enduring fallacy of foreign policy-the assumption that other people ought to share our view of world order. Dr. Richard Kerry argues that from the time of Woodrow Wilson's aim to organize the world order in accordance with assumptions of democratic universalism, this vision of the world has remained central to U.S. foreign policy. The Star-Spangled Mirror will be considered an important addition to the history of American foreign policy and as required reading for current and future policy makers.
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Richard Kerry's career in the State Department and Foreign Service included service as executive assistant to Senator Walter F. George, and special advisor to President Eisenhower on NATO and bipartisan foreign policy.
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