Feb. 7: A Kind of Internationalism

 

Topics:
  The Washington System, European Debt Relief, Latin America, the Manchurian Crisis
Readings:
 

Required:
Paterson, et. al., American Foreign Relations, pp. 107-25, 139-47, 151-65.

Robert Ferrell, American Diplomacy in the Great Depression: Hoover-Stimson Foreign Policy, 1929-1933 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1957), pp. 151-69.

Akira Iriye, The Cambridge History of Aemrican Foreign Relations, vol. III: The Globalizing of America, 1913-1945 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 88-102.


Suggested:
Frank Costigliola, Awkward Dominion: American Political, Economic, and Cultural Relations with Europe, 1919-1933 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1984), pp. 167-83.

John Jacobson, "Is There a New International History of the 1920s?," American Historical Review, 88 (1983), pp. 617-45.

John Braeman, "Power and Diplomacy: The 1920s Reappraised," Review of Politics, 44 (1982), pp. 342-69.

John Braeman, "The New Left and American Foreign Policy During the Age of Normalcy: A Re-examination," Business History Review, 57 (1983), pp. 73-104.

Melvyn P. Leffler, The Elusive Quest: America's Pursuit of European Stability and French Security, 1919-1933 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1979).

Merrill and Paterson, Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, pp. 71-110.

 
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