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Into New Territory: American Historians and the Concept of US Imperialism (Studies in American Thought and Culture) Paperback – 30 May 2014
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"A significant contribution to understanding the Wisconsin School and its role in putting American imperialism on the historiographical agenda."--Steven Hurst, author of "The Carter Administration and Vietnam"
A significant contribution to understanding the Wisconsin School and its role in putting American imperialism on the historiographical agenda. Steven Hurst, author of The Carter Administration and Vietnam
[A] stimulating new monograph on foreign policy revisionism. Reviews in History"
In this deep exploration of the work of William Appleman Williams and other scholars of the Wisconsin school approach to the study of the US empire, independent scholar Morgan argues that, influenced by the progressive political climate at the University of Wisconsin Madison, Williams pioneered a groundbreaking understanding of US imperialism in the 1950s. Choice
About the Author
James G. Morgan is an independent scholar and writer who earned his doctorate in history at the University of Southampton, UK.
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