The creation of a republican empire, 1776-1865

Bradford Perkins

The Creation of a Republican Empire traces American foreign relations from the colonial era to the end of the Civil War, paying particular attention not only to the diplomatic controversies of the era but also to the origins and development of American thought regarding international relations. The primary purpose of the book is to describe and explain, in the diplomatic context, the process by which the United States was born, transformed into a republican nation, and extended into a continental empire. Central to the story are the events surrounding the American Revolution, the Constitutional Convention, the impact on the United States of the European wars touched off by the French Revolution, the Monroe Doctrine, the expansionism of the 1840s, and the ordeal of the Civil War.

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  • Preface
  • Part I. The Canvas and the Prism
  • Part II. The Birth of American Diplomacy
  • Part III. The Constitution
  • Part IV. Federalist Diplomacy: Realism and Anglophilia
  • Part V. Jefferson and Madison: the Diplomacy of Fear and Hope
  • Part VI. To the Monroe Doctrine
  • Part VII. Manifest Destiny
  • Part VIII. Britain, Canada and the United States
  • Part IX. The Republican Empire
  • Bibliographical Note.

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書名 The creation of a republican empire, 1776-1865
著作者等 Cohen, Warren I.
Perkins, Bradford
シリーズ名 The Cambridge history of American foreign relations
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 1995, c1993
版表示 1st pbk. ed
ページ数 xii, 254 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0521483840
NCID BA28370043
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス