The Puritan ethic in United States foreign policy, edited by David L. Larson.


Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1966] .

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
International relations -- Moral and ethical aspects.
United States -- Foreign relations.
United States.
Series New perspectives in political science ; 12.
Description xi, 228 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. The problem: Objectivity, propaganda, and the Puritan ethic / by David L. Larson -- The two planes of international reality / by George F. Kennan -- The eclipse of the public philosophy / by Walter Lippmann -- part 2. The dialogue: A realist theory of international politics / by Hans J. Morgenthau -- The morality of nations / by Reinhold Niebuhr -- The limitations of realism / by Edward Hallett Carr -- Judaeo-Christian realism: the Cold War and the search for relevant norms / by Kenneth W. Thompson -- part 3. The debate: Ethics in international relations today / by Dean Acheson -- Morals and power / by John Foster Dulles -- Old myths and new realities / by J. William Fulbright -- Some fundamentals of American policy / by Dean Rusk -- part 4. The practice: A League for peace / by Woodrow Wilson -- Toward a strategy for peace / by John F. Kennedy -- The arsenal of democracy / by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- Pattern for peace in Southern Asia / by Lyndon B. Johnson.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)504430
(OCoLC)ocm00504430
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WorldCat Identities Larson, David L.,
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