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The Nationalist Ferment

The Origin of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1789-1812
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Ohio State University Press
Political History, United States - 18th Century, United States - Antebellum Era, Public Policy - General, Political Science, History - U.S., 1789-1809, Foreign relations, United States, Politics/International Rela
ContributionsLillian A. Parrott (Translator)
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FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL11352659M
ISBN 100814209416
ISBN 139780814209417

Originally published in French by Editions Belin The Nationalist Ferment contributes significantly to the renewal of early U.S. diplomatic history. Since the s, a number of diplomatic historians have turned aside from traditional diplomatic issues and by: 3.

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While historians generally portray the period between the Garvey movement of the s and Black Power of the s and s as an era of declining black nationalist activism, this book reframes the Great Depression, World War II, and early Cold Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

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Hasanli traces how the nationalist unrest that emerged in affected Soviet foreign policy. The period following China's defeat and humiliation at the hands of Western powers saw a good deal of rumination about how the country should move on from these challenges.

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Gordon, Allen, and Jacques Garvey--as well as Maymie De Mena, Ethel Collins, Amy Ashwood, and Ethel Waddell--are part of an overlooked and understudied group of black women who take center stage in Set the World on Fire, the first book to examine how black nationalist women engaged in national and global politics from the early twentieth.

Awakening China: politics, culture, and class in the Nationalist Revolution User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. China in the first three decades of this century was a land in ferment, politically and culturally.

The old imperial order was collapsing, and in the ensuing vacuum politicians, literary figures, and Read full review4/5(1). In a subsequent book, Hutchinson discusses, among other topics, the myths and symbols that cultural nationalists tend to draw upon, noting the importance of newly ‘discovered’ folklore and legends to nationalist poets, writers and musicians.

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It’s just a suspicion, and I can see the logic using either word. In the days of the British Raj, there was some criticism that R. P. had often appeared on the side of British authorities at a time of nationalist ferment in India.

He was the founder of the Indian Rationalist Association in Chennai (then Madras) inand remained its President for many years. His autobiography, 84 Not Out, appeared in The nationalist generation of the s and s came to believe fervently that the West would deliberately and effectively block the goals of Arab nationalism, that it would see the nationalist vision of an independent and assertive Arab nation as a dangerous move against Western economic and political interests in the by: Marie-Jeanne Rossignol, The Nationalist Ferment: At the Origins of American Foreign Policy, – (Éditions Belin, FRANCE) * Ferdinando Fasce, A Family in Stars and Stripes: The Great War and Corporate Culture in America (Il Mulino, ITALY) *.