3 edition of American diplomacy, 1900-1950. found in the catalog.
American diplomacy, 1900-1950.
George Frost Kennan
A Mentor book M80
|Series||Charles R. Walgreen Foundation lectures|
|LC Classifications||E744 .K3 1952a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||52014984|
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Dexter Perkins; American Diplomacy, – By George F. Kennan. (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, ix + pp. $), Journal of AmericanAuthor: Perkins, Dexter. American diplomacy, Format Book Published Chicago, University of Chicago Press  Description p. Series Charles R. Walgreen Foundation lectures Subject headings United States--Foreign relationsth century. United States--Foreign relations--Soviet Union.
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The author suggests rather than demands. "To avoid destruction the United States need only to measure up to its own best traditions and prove itself worthy of preservation as a great nation."/5(4). The late George F. Kennan, architect of America’s Soviet Containment Policy, and a veteran American diplomat himself, in his book American 1900-1950.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kennan, George F. (George Frost), American diplomacy, New York: New American Library, "A book about foreign policy by a man who really knows something about foreign policy."--James Reston, "New York Times Book Review "These celebrated lectures, delivered at the University of Chicago.
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American diplomacy, by George Frost Kennan; 12 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Relations extérieures, United States, Relaciones exteriores. American Diplomacy by George F Kennan available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
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American diplomacy, [George F Kennan] -- Young Christopher Chant, in training to become the next Chrestomanci or head controller of magic in the world, becomes a key figure in a battle with renegade sorcerers because he has nine lives. Both articles are here included in the appendix of a book consisting mainly of six lectures.
Together, they present not a chronological study of fifty years of American diplomacy, as the title suggests, but an attempt to assess certain factors in the past that may help. Get this from a library. American diplomacy, [George F Kennan]. The original title of this book, American Diplomacyis misleading.
It implies that this is a study of American diplomacy between the two dates. Wrong. The book is split into two first part is based on a series of lectures given by by: This expanded edition retains the lectures and essays first published in as American Diplomacy, and adds two lectures delivered in as well as a new preface by the author.
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KENNAN. (Chicago: Uni-versity of Chicago Press. Pp. ix, $) I This is not a book in the ordinary sense, but a collection of lectures and magazine articles which, it is quite apparent, were not intended as parts of a single book.All about American Diplomacy, by George F.
Kennan. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(5). "A book about foreign policy by a man who really knows something about foreign policy."—James Reston,New York Times Book Review "These celebrated lectures, delivered at the University of Chicago inwere for many years the most widely read account of American diplomacy in the first half of the twentieth century/5(1).