Eisenhower and Third World Nationalism: A Critique of the Revisionists
Robert J. McMahon looks at recent scholarly literature concerning the foreign policy of the Eisenhower administration. He concludes that the current wave of "Eisenhower revisionism" has tended to slight Eisenhower's persistant failures in the Third World and thus presents a distorted view of his administration's overall diplomatic record.
Union, Nation, or Empire: The American Debate over International Relations, 1789–1941, David C. Hendrickson Reviewed by Robert J. McMahon
Masters of War: Military Dissent and Politics in the Vietnam Era, Robert Buzzanco Reviewed by Robert J. McMahon
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