5 edition of Two Centuries of U.S. Foreign Policy found in the catalog.
October 30, 1995
by Praeger Paperback
Written in English
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Valone has selected 71 documents that have either defined America's place in the world or reflected a significant episode in the history of U.S. foreign affairs. Each selection is prefaced by brief introductory remarks, that place the document in context, and is followed by a short list of suggested readings for those interested in pursuing the Price: $ In a short, readable essay directed to a general audience, one of the West's leading historians on Japan probes the evolution of the Japanese world view during the past two centuries.
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