America, War and Power: Defining the State, 1775-2005 by Lawrence SondhausAmerica, War and Power: Defining the State, 1775-2005 by Lawrence Sondhaus

America, War and Power: Defining the State, 1775-2005

EditorLawrence Sondhaus, A. James Fuller

Paperback | June 18, 2007

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Lawrence Sondhausis Professor of History at the University of Indianapolis, where he serves as chair of the History and Political Science Department and Director of the Institute for the Study of War and Diplomacy. He is the author of nine books, includingStrategic Culture and Ways of War(2006).James A. Fulleris Associate Professor of ...
Title:America, War and Power: Defining the State, 1775-2005Format:PaperbackDimensions:244 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.6 inPublished:June 18, 2007Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415545331

ISBN - 13:9780415545334


Table of Contents

Introduction  A. James Fuller Perspectives on American Power and Empire  1. Jeremy Black Defining a New Empire: the New Power Takes Shape, 1775-1815  2. Robert E. May The United States as Rogue State: Gunboat Persuasion, Citizen Marauders, and the Limits of Antebellum American Imperialism  3. Carol Reardon Billy Yank and Johnny Reb Take on the World: Civil War Veterans¿ Views of  War, Liberty, and Empire  4. Edward O. Frantz Defining Eisenhower¿s America: War, Power, and Race Relations, 1941-1961  5. R. William Ayres Cold War Perceptions and the American Experience of War  6. Chester Pach From Vietnam to Iraq: The First Television War and Its Legacies  7. William R. Thompson Global War and the Foundations of US Systemic Leadership  8. Steven W. Hook Domestic Challenges to American Hegemony  9. Lawrence Sondhaus Soft Power, Hard Power, and the Pax Americana