Decisions on American Armed Intervention: Lebanon, Dominican Republic, and Grenada
H.W. BRANDS, JR., analyzes three cases of American armed intervention: Lebanon in 1958, the Dominican Republic in 1965, and Grenada in 1983. He identifies similarities in the three applications of military force and offers suggestions for a theory of intervention.
Command of Office: How War, Secrecy, and Deception Transformed the Presidency from Theodore Roosevelt to George W. Bush, Stephen Graubard Reviewed by H. W. Brands, Jr.
In the Shadow of War: The United States since the 1930s, Michael S. Sherry Reviewed by H. W. Brands, Jr.
The Cold War and Defense, Keith Neilson and Ronald G. Haycock Reviewed by H. W. Brands, Jr.
Reevaluating Eisenhower: American Foreign Policy in the 1950s, Richard A. Melanson and David Mayers Reviewed by H. W. Brands, Jr.
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