Anti-Americanism: Historical perspectives

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Brendon O'Connor, Martin Griffiths
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - 310 pagina's
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When did anti-American feeling start and how has it changed through history? Volume Two examines key periods from the founding fathers to the Cold War and the War Against Terror.

This volume concentrates on the causes of Anti-Americanism; each of the 11 10,000-word articles, written by an international expert, addresses a particular question

 

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A History of AntiAmericanism From Buffon to Bush
1
Schizophrenic Nationalism and AntiAmericanism
29
Philosophic AntiAmericanism
55
Americanism as a Source of AntiAmericanism
73
American Exceptionalism and AntiAmericanism
99
European AntiSemitism and AntiAmericanism
119
The Cold War and AntiAmericanism
151
The Cultural Cold War and AntiAmericanism
177
The AntiVietnam War Movement and AntiAmericanism
203
Race Nationalism and AntiAmericanism in America
231
About the Series Editor and Contributors Series Editor
259
Notes
265
Index
301
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Over de auteur (2007)

Brendon O'Connor is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and Public Policy at Griffith University in Australia. His recent books include: The Rise of Anti-Americanism (co-ed. With M. Griffiths, 2006). In 2003, he received a Fulbright grant to host an international symposium on anti-Americanism.

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