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With the rise of the New Left, New Social History and trends in cultural and post-structural scholarship, a book like America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954 . Foster Rhea Dulles is, to the best of my knowledge, out of print.

With the rise of the New Left, New Social History and trends in cultural and post-structural scholarship, a book like America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954 can get forgotten. That is a shame for a couple of reasons. First, it is not because this brand of mid-century consensus history was so perfect, but rather that it was so ubiquitous. It is hard to know what kind of history later historians were arguing against if you are not familiar with this kind of source. Second, Foster Rhea was cousin to the brothers John Foster.

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by Foster Rhea Dulles. A look at the developments and conflicts in American foreign policy that surrounded the shift from isolationism to imperialism. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780061330216.

Two books by nationally known historians are devoted to the origins and development of the American foreign .

Two books by nationally known historians are devoted to the origins and development of the American foreign policy of neutrality, its abandonment, and the current contempt in which it is held both by the majority of American historians and by those who control American foreign policy, no matter which party occupies the White House.

View on timesmachine. THE structure of Foster Rhea Dulles' work, which ought to be one of the most important themes in the Harper New American Nation Series, revolves about the "great debate" between isolation.

America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954

America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954. America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954. By Foster Rhea Dulles. In this volume in The New American Nations Series, Mr. Dulles, Chairman of the History Department at Ohio State University, follows the important if changing debate in U. S. foreign policy between "isolationism" and "internationalism" in the first half of the twentieth century. A useful, balanced, general survey.

America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954 by Foster Rhea Dulles (Paperback - Jan 1, 1955)

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Makaitist
History buffs should never pass over a modestly priced volume in this series. D., part of a famous family, is especially interested in his detailed study of the rejection of Versailles by U. S. Senate and his demonstration that isolation did not occur in the economic sphere. His goal is to describe the shift. Vanderberg is often cited, but note that Taft opposed NATO and much else. In one sense this is an account of the rise of conservative internationalism. One should note without gloating that those who would accept right-wing governments in Europe refused to do so for the left and thus became interventionists. The merits of hindsight permit one to see how D., a moderate to liberal historian, believed that China would become subservient to the Soviet Union and, like most others, saw the invasion of S. Korea as due to Stalin's orders. He was, in fact, nervous about this and long restrained Kim Il Sung.
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With the rise of the New Left, New Social History and trends in cultural and post-structural scholarship, a book like
America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954 can get forgotten. Foster Rhea Dulles is, to the best of my knowledge, out of print. That is a shame for a couple of reasons. First, it is not because this brand of mid-century consensus history was so perfect, but rather that it was so ubiquitous. It is hard to know what kind of history later historians were arguing against if you are not familiar with this kind of source. Second, Foster Rhea was cousin to the brothers John Foster and Allen Dulles who ran the State Department and CIA respectively. (See: The Brothers by Stephen Kinzer for an excellent biography of this pair. http://www.amazon.com/The-Brothers-Foster-Dulles-Secret/dp/1250053129) Foster Rhea's proximity alone reveals the kind of historical thinking that drove these influential figures. This book in particular was a standard history book in many schools. How many school children must have dutifully written their Cold War essays on world history based on this book?
America's Rise to World Power, 1898-1954 (Torchbooks) download epub
Author: Foster Rhea Dulles
ISBN: 0061330213
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Joanna Cotler Books; 1St Edition edition (June 1955)
Pages: 314 pages