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John Taft • 9 Items / 1 Book, 8 Articles
American Power (1989)
The Rise and Decline of U.S. Globalism 1918-1988
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Published Reviews
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    The Incredible Lightness of Being Liberal (Review)
    American Power, by John Taft
    1. American Power by John Taft
    Chronicles, April 1990, pp. 38-39
  2. Current Books
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    Is America in Decline? (3 Reviews)
    Bound to Lead, by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
    1. Bound to Lead by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
    2. American Power by John Taft
    3. The Suicide of an Elite by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher
    The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1990, pp. 86-87
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    The United States (6 Reviews)
    An American Ordeal, by Charles DeBenedetti and Charles Chatfield
    1. An American Ordeal by Charles DeBenedetti and Charles Chatfield
    2. American Power by John Taft
    3. Empire of Liberty by Robert W. Tucker and David C. Hendrickson
    4. The National Security Constitution by Harold Hongju Koh
    5. A Question of Balance by Thomas E. Mann
    6. "What Does Joan Say?" by Joan Quigley
    Orbis, Fall 1990, pp. 610-612
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Our Country by Michael Barone
    2. American Power by John Taft
    3. The Cold War Is Over by William G. Hyland
    4. Looking Back on the Reagan Presidency by Larry Berman
    5. In the Arena by Richard Nixon
    6. Richard Nixon and His America by Herbert S. Parmet
    7. As I Saw It by Dean Rusk and Richard Rusk
    8. American Guerrilla by Roger Hilsman
    9. Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Rendezvous with Destiny by Frank Freidel
    10. General of the Army by Ed Cray
    11. Same Bed, Different Dreams by Alan D. Romberg and Tadashi Yamamoto
    12. Sharing World Leadership? by John H. Makin and Donald C. Hellmann
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1990, pp. 183-184