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The New World Power

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The New World Power
American Foreign Policy, 1898-1917

Robert E. Hannigan

2002 | 384 pages | Cloth $75.00
American History / History / Political Science
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Table of Contents

1. Ideology and Interest
2. The "Center of Gravity": Caribbean Policy and the Canal
3. Dominance Throughout the Hemisphere: South America
4. "Where the Far West Becomes the Far East": China
5. The Home Continent: Canada and Mexico
6. World Order (to 1914)
7. World Order (1914-17)

List of Abbreviations

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