American foreign policy and the separation of powers [by] Daniel S. Cheever and H. Field Haviland, Jr.

; Haviland, H. Field (Henry Field), 1919- author
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1952.

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Other Authors Haviland, H. Field 1919-
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
Diplomatic relations.
División de poderes -- EE. UU.
Etats-Unis -- Constitutionnel (Droit)
Etats-Unis -- Politique étrangère.
Etats-Unis. Constitution.
Etats-Unis. Politique extérieure. 1789-1950.
Gewaltenteilung.
Separation of powers -- United States.
Separation of powers.
USA.
United States -- Foreign relations.
United States.
Description xii, 244 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1952.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [225]-235).
Contents The Constitutional Framework -- The Organizational Structure -- Presidential Initiative, 1789-1829 -- Congressional Supremacy, 1829-1898 -- A New Role in World Politics -- The Treaty of Versailles and the World Court -- Isolationism and Neutrality -- UNRRA and the United Nations Charter -- The Marshall Plan -- Collective Security in the North Atlantic Area -- Far Eastern Policy -- Conclusions: General Issues -- Conclusions: Executive and Legislature.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)502736
(OCoLC)ocm00502736
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WorldCat Identities Cheever, Daniel S.
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