America's Mission: The United States and the Worldwide Struggle for Democracy in the Twentieth Century

Princeton University Press, 3 juil. 1995 - 480 pages

The strength and prestige of democracy worldwide at the end of the twentieth century are due in good measure to the impact of America on international affairs, argues Tony Smith. Here for the first time is a book that documents the extraordinary history of American foreign policy with respect to the promotion of democracy worldwide, an effort whose greatest triumph came in the occupations of Japan and Germany but whose setbacks include interventions in Latin America and Vietnam.

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Tony Smith is Cornelia M. Jackson Professor of Political Science at Tufts University and Senior Research Associate at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University. His other works include Thinking Like a Communist: State and Legitimacy in the Soviet Union, China, and Cuba and The Pattern of Imperialism: The United States, Great Britain, and the Late-Industrializing World since 1815.

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