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American Foreign Policy The Twentieth Century in Documents

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ISBN-10: 0321105060

ISBN-13: 9780321105066

Edition: 2003

Authors: Gary A. Donaldson

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List price: $127.80
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/10/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.210
Language: English

Gary A. Donaldson nbsp;is the Keller Foundation Chair in American History at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans. He is the author of numerous books on American political and diplomatic history.nbsp;

The New Imperialism, 1900-1917
Carl Schurz Opposes Expansion After the Spanish-American War, January 1899
Albert Beveridge Supports Imperialism Before the U.S. Senate, January 1900
The Philippine War, A Suffragist's View
The Open Door Note to Germany, September 1899
J.P. Gordy, "The Ethics of the Panama Case." TR Responds to His Critics, An Autobiography, 1916
The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, December 6, 1904
Secretary of State Philander Knox and U.S. Private Investments in China, November 6, 1909
Taft Defends Dollar Diplomacy, December 3, 1912
Woodrow Wilson's Address to Congress on the Crisis in Mexico, April 20, 1914
War and Peace, 1914-1920
President Woodrow Wilson's Appeal for Neutrality, August 19, 1914
Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan's Note Protesting the Sinking of the Lusitania, May 13, 1915
The Sussex Pledge, May 4, 1916
The Zimmermann Note from the German Foreign Secretary, Arthur Zimmermann, to the German Ambassador to Mexico, January 16, 1917
Do the People Want War? New Republic, March 3, 1917
President Woodrow Wilson's War Message to Congress, April 2, 1917
Wilson's Fourteen Points, Delivered to a Joint Session of Congress, January 8, 1918
President Woodrow Wilson's Statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, August 19, 1919
Senator William Borah's Speech Before the United States Senate in Opposition to the Ratification of The League of Nations, November 19, 1919
The Interwar Period and Preparing for War, 1920-1939
Five-Power Treaty, February 6, 1922
Hoover's Disarmament Proposal Delivered to the League of Nations, June 22, 1932
Letter from Joseph C. Grew, Ambassador to Japan, to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, May 11, 1933
The Consul General at Berlin (George Messersmith) to the Undersecretary of State, June 26, 1933
H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen, Merchants of Death, 1934
The Hirota Government's National Foreign Policies (Reported to Emperor Hirohito, August 15, 1936)
President Franklin Roosevelt's Address Before the Pan-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace, Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1, 1936
Neutrality Act of 1937, May 1, 1937
The London Times Reports Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's Return from Munich, September 30, 1938
U.S. Foreign Policy and World War II
FDR's Fireside Chat on the Dangers of Nazi Domination of Europe, December 29, 1940
We Cannot Win This War for England, May, 1941
The Atlantic Charter, August 14, 1941
FDR Responds to the Greer Incident, September 11, 1941
Memorandum Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) to the Secretary of State at 2:20 p.m., December 7, 1941
Roosevelt's War Message to Congress, December 8, 1941
The Yalta Conference Accords, February, 1945
Henry Stimson Explains Why the Bomb Was Necessary
Was the Bomb Necessary?
Origins of the Cold War, 1945-1952
Truman's Statement on the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy, October 27, 1945
Henry Wallace's Madison Square Garden Speech, September 12, 1946
The Novikov Letter, September 1946
The Truman Doctrine, March 12, 1947
Secretary of State George Marshall's Report to the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, January 8, 1948. "X" and Containment
"The Sources of Soviet Conduct."
Walter Lippmann Responds to <169Mr. X.<170> Declaration of the Founding of the Cominform, September 1947
National Security Council Paper #68, 1950
Truman's Decision to the Enter the War in Korea, June 1950
New Look: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Age of Eisenhower
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on the Importance of Indochina, March 29, 1954
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' Strategy of Massive Retaliation, January 12, 1954
Hans Morgenthau's Response to Dulles
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Explains Events in Guatemala, June 30, 1954
E. Howard Hunt Explains Events in Guatemala
President Eisenhower's Speech on the Suez Crisis and the Soviet Invasion of Hungary, January 5, 1957
Sputnik and the Space Race, Newsweek, October 14, 1957
U.S. Response to Castro's Speech, October 14, 1960
Eisenhower's Farewell Address, January 18, 1961
Dean Rusk Recalls the Bay of Pigs Incident, April 17, 1961
E. Howard Hunt Recalls the Bay of Pigs
President John Kennedy Addresses the Nation on the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 22, 1962
"Ich Bin Ein Berliner," June 1963
President Lyndon Johnson's Message to Congress on the Tonkin Gulf Incident, August 24, 1964
President Lyndon Johnson's Speech, "Peace Without Conquest," at Johns Hopkins University, April 7, 1965
Senator J. William Fulbright on the Johnson Administration's Foreign Policy in Vietnam, May, 1966
"Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence."
Vo Nguyen Giap on Neo-Colonialism and the American War
Robert McNamara's Memoir of U.S. Involvement in Vietnam
Mr. McNamara's Other War
A Vietnam Veteran Responds
From Nixon to Carter, 1969-1981
Richard Nixon on the Vietnamization of the War, November 3, 1969
George McGovern and the "Cruel Hoax" of Vietnamization, February 1970
CIA Operating Guidance Cable on Coup Plotting in Chile, October 16, 1970
Proposed Coup on Chile. "U.N. Seats Peking and Expels Taipei," New York Times, October 26, 1971
Shanghai Communique, February 27, 1972
Henry Kissinger, D�tente, and the Grand Design
Speech Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, September 1974
President Jimmy Carter on Human Rights as a Foreign Policy
Commencement Address at the University of Notre Dame, May 22, 1977
President Jimmy Carter Announces the Camp David Accords, September 18, 1978
Time's Report of the Iranian Hostage Crisis, November 19, 1979
The Reagan Era, the Gulf War, and the New World Order
President Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire" Speech, March 8, 1983
President Ronald Reagan's "Star Wars" Speech, March 23, 1983
Senator Christopher Dodd's Opposition to Ronald Reagan's Central American Policy, April 28, 1983
Pat Buchanan, How the Gulf Crisis Is Rupturing the Right, August, 1990
Stephen Solarz, The Stakes in the Gulf, January, 1991
President George Bush, The Challenge of Building Peace: A Renewal of History, 1991
U.S. Department of State, Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1996
China Responds, China Daily March 5, 1997
Secretary of State Madeline Albright, Commencement Address, Harvard University, June 5, 1997
President Bill Clinton, "Remarks by the President on Foreign Policy."
President Geor