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Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900–1930

Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900–1930 are clearly on the side of the “free-speech” from World War I through the early Clinton nomic development and global, liberal civi- liberals rather than the “nervous liberals.” administration. lization. The latter, a crisis internationalism, Nonetheless, to his credit, Gary rises above a Bagby begins with an excellent introduc- stressed the dangers of global war and revolu- perfectionistic stance in his reflections on one tion, “Elements of the System,” in which he tion to American security and prescribed a of the central dilemmas of modem democra- provides an in-depth analysis of the driving mobilized world opinion as the major force cy: its obligation in the name of free speech to forces behind the twentieth-century interna- for international order. tolerate sedition in its midst now and then. In tional system and how US. foreign policy Ninkovich elaborates on his interpretation ancient times, democracy was sometimes a helped shape and was influenced by that sys- in a succinct but sweeping survey of Ameri- good deal easier: In Athens, for example, ner- tem. With that background, the reader can can foreign relations from Theodore Roo- vous democrats relied on the policy of better understand America’s role in world sevelt to Bill Clinton. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History: Reviews of New Books Taylor & Francis

Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900–1930

History: Reviews of New Books , Volume 28 (2): 2 – Jan 1, 2000
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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1930-8280
eISSN
0361-2759
DOI
10.1080/03612759.2000.10525355
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Abstract

are clearly on the side of the “free-speech” from World War I through the early Clinton nomic development and global, liberal civi- liberals rather than the “nervous liberals.” administration. lization. The latter, a crisis internationalism, Nonetheless, to his credit, Gary rises above a Bagby begins with an excellent introduc- stressed the dangers of global war and revolu- perfectionistic stance in his reflections on one tion, “Elements of the System,” in which he tion to American security and prescribed a of the central dilemmas of modem democra- provides an in-depth analysis of the driving mobilized world opinion as the major force cy: its obligation in the name of free speech to forces behind the twentieth-century interna- for international order. tolerate sedition in its midst now and then. In tional system and how US. foreign policy Ninkovich elaborates on his interpretation ancient times, democracy was sometimes a helped shape and was influenced by that sys- in a succinct but sweeping survey of Ameri- good deal easier: In Athens, for example, ner- tem. With that background, the reader can can foreign relations from Theodore Roo- vous democrats relied on the policy of better understand America’s role in world sevelt to Bill Clinton.

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History: Reviews of New BooksTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2000

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