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Gulliver’s Troubles: Or, the Setting of American Foreign Policy.

In Swift’s allegory, the sleeping Gulliver awoke to discover himself firmly tethered by Lilliputians.

In Stanley Hoffman’s Gulliver’s Troubles, or the Setting of American Foreign Policy, American diplomacy is seen in similar straits and urged to wake up to the unpleasant new realities.

Our policymakers, he says, are not justified in responding to every international probe as a mortal threat.

By itself, military might has ceased to guarantee diplomatic achievements.

America’s frustrations, he says, are increased by the nature of its political style and institutions. Still, there is a way for America to overcome those frustrations.

And the balance of this 556-page hardbound book explains that. It’s a book that should not be ignored!

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Author: Stanley Hoffmann

Editor/Translator: Derek Bok

Binding: Hardcover

Manufacturer: McGraw-Hill

Number of items: 1

Number of pages: 556

Product group: Book

Studio: McGraw-Hill

Publication Date: January 1, 1968

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Pages: 556

EAN: 9780070291966

ISBN: 0070291969

ASIN: 0070291969

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