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Free World America, Europe, and the Surprising Future of the West

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ISBN-10: 1400076463

ISBN-13: 9781400076468

Edition: 2005

Authors: Timothy Garton Ash

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"We, the free, face a daunting opportunity. Previous generations could only dream of a free world. Now we can begin to make it." In his welcome alternative to the rampant pessimism about Euro-American relations, award-winning historian Timothy Garton Ash shares an inspiring vision for how the United States and Europe can collaborate to promote a free world. At the start of the twenty-first century, the West has plunged into crisis. Europe tries to define itself in opposition to America, and America increasingly regards Europe as troublesome and irrelevant. What is to become of what we used to call "the free world"? Part history, part manifesto, Free World offers both a scintillating…    
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Book details

List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/6/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

To the Reader
Crisis
A Crisis of the West
Janus Britain Putney
Island world, world island
Janus between Europe and America
Four strategies
Churchill and Churchillisms
The Blair bridge project
S o now?
Europe as Not-America A Nation is proclaimed
Five hundred million characters in search of an Other
Gaullism versus Churchillism
German emotions
Is Europe better than America?
Euroatlanticism
A power for what?
America, the Powerful Inside the giant
A tale of two new Europes
European Americans at work
Unilateralism
War
Return to a new starting point
Partner?
The New Red Armies Terror against hope
Near East
Far East
Rich North, poor South
Humans threaten Earth
Together? Crisis as Opportunity
Opportunity
Twenty Years and a Thousand Million Citizens
Britain Finds Its Role
What Europe Can Be
Uncle Sam
Toward a Free World
What Can We Do?
Afterword to the Vintage Edition Maps Free World Web
Net Notes
Acknowledgments
Index