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Dilemmas of Internationalism: The American Association for the United Nations and US Foreign Policy, 1941-1948

Social science


by
Andrew Johnstone

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 212 pages

File size: 2.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Dilemmas of Internationalism provides a new political history of the 1940s, charting and analysing the efforts of private internationalists to define US internationalism and promote the establishment of the United Nations. During and after World War II, a number of private individuals and organisations were at the forefront of the fight to change the nature of US foreign policy. This book focuses in particular on the most important internationalist organisation: the American Association for the United Nations (AAUN), known as the League of Nations Association through 1944. It situates the AAUN in the vast network of private organisations promoting an internationalist foreign policy and analyses the connections between the AAUN and the US government and key public figures who proposed a more internationalist foreign policy.

Dilemmas of Internationalism provides a new political history of the 1940s, charting and analysing the efforts of private internationalists to define US internationalism and promote the establishment of the United Nations. During and after World War II, a number of private individuals and organisations were at the forefront of the fight to change the nature of US foreign policy. This book focuses in particular on the most important internationalist organisation:… (more)

Dilemmas of Internationalism provides a new political history of the 1940s, charting and analysing the efforts of private internationalists to define US internationalism and promote the establishment of the United Nations. During and after World War II, a number of private individuals and organisations were at the forefront of the fight to change the nature of US foreign policy. This book focuses in particular on the most important internationalist organisation: the American Association for the United Nations (AAUN), known as the League of Nations Association through 1944. It situates the AAUN in the vast network of private organisations promoting an internationalist foreign policy and analyses the connections between the AAUN and the US government and key public figures who proposed a more internationalist foreign policy.

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