A Dissenter's guide to foreign policy. Edited by Irving Howe. Foreword by Lewis Coser.


New York, Praeger [1968] .

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Other Title Dissent. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no90023075
Other Authors Howe, Irving,
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
Diplomatic relations.
USA.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.
United States.
Description vi, 349 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Essays, most of which were originally published in the periodical Dissent.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: American power in the twentieth century, by M. Harrington.--The cold war in retrospect, by A.S. Kaufman.--A case against interventionism, by W. Pfaff.--Collective security, interventionism, and the left, by H.M. Pachter.--Necessity and choice in American foreign policy, by P. Green.--Beyond the power blocs, by R. Steel.--Reflections on the third world, by W. Laqueur.--Economic development in the backward countries, by G. Myrdal.--The prospects for a Maoist International, by R. Lowenthal.--Chinese visions and American policies, by B. Schwartz.--Counter-revolutionary America, by R.L. Heilbroner.--Economic development and democracy, by D.H. Wrong.--Rebuttal, by R.L. Heilbroner.--Surrebuttal, by D.H. Wrong.--The politics of disaster, by I. Howe, --Moral judgment in time of war, by M. Walzer.--Venezuela: revolution and counter-revolution, by K. Botsford.--Ideas of the future, by G. Lichtheim.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)442931
(OCoLC)ocm00442931
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