Is American democracy exportable? [By] Edward G. McGrath.


Beverly Hills [Calif.] Glencoe Press [1968] .

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Subjects Democracy.
Political science -- United States -- History.
Political science.
United States.
Series Insight series (Beverly Hills, Calif.)
Description 148 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The American democracy as myth and mission for revolutionary Americanization. The Philippine Islands (1900) / Henry Cabot Lodge -- The bewildering collision / Stanley Karnow -- A fourth of July message (1947) / General Douglas MacArthur -- The orientalization of the West / Richard Hughes -- The American democracy as a principle for aid doctrines. The Truman doctrine (1947) / Harry S. Truman -- A foreign policy for Americans (1951) / Robert A. Taft -- Honolulu declaration (1966) -- The American democracy as democratization and modernization in the new nations. Making new nations democratic / Gabriel A. Almond -- Ideology in developing nations / Fred R. von der Mehden -- The alternatives to communism / Reinhold Niebuhr -- The American democracy as inevitable in an industrial civilization. Democracy faces a global dilemma / William H. McNeill -- Democracy is inevitable / Philip E. Slater and Warren G. Bennie.
The American democracy. The Declaration of Independence (1776) and Preamble to the Consitution of the United States (1787) -- The federal system of the Argentine Republic / L.S. Rowe -- American democracy / Stuart Gerry Brown -- Cultural prerequisites to a successfully functioning democracy: a symposium / Ernest S. Griffith, John Plamenatz, J. Roland Pennock -- The American democracy as experience for revolutionary nationalism. Letters from an American farmer (1782) / Hector St. John de Crevecoeur -- The significance of the frontier in American history (1920) / Frederick Jackson Turner -- People of plenty / David M. Potter -- Revolutionary nationalism / Carl N. Degler -- The genius of American politics / Daniel J. Boorstein -- Democracy isn't always exportable / Lucius Beebe.
The peace corps--a case in point. Hearings before the senate committee on foreign relations (1961).
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)439014
(OCoLC)ocm00439014
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