In this arresting volume Kenneth Thompson has combined academic research with acute observation in approximately equal proportions. Research has been focused on the theories and practices of those who, whether in thought or action, have played an influential part in the development of American foreign policy during the past decades.
Originally published in 1960.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. xi
- 1. Main Currents of an American Approach to International Politics: Philosophers, Columnists, and Policy Planners, pg. 3
- 2. Liberalism and Conservatism in American Statecraft, pg. 62
- 3. Statesmen as Philosophers: Written and Living Theories, pg. 91
- 4. The Limits of Principle in International Politics: Necessity and the New Balance of Power, pg. 135
- 5. The Problem of Isolationism and Collective Security, pg. 174
- 6. The American Dilemma, pg. 203
- Epilogue, pg. 245
- Selected Readings, pg. 253
- Index, pg. 257