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Title:
Wilsonian idealism in America
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Steigerwald, David.
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9780801429361
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Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, c1994.
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xiii, 296 p. ; 24 cm.
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David Steigerwald chronicles the legacy of Wilsonian idealism from its emergence during World War I through its recent resurgence during Desert Storm. His account encompasses the careers of many prominent twentieth-century political figures and thinkers, including Walter Lippmann, Elihu Root, Newton D. Baker, Raymond Fosdick, Adlai Stevenson, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Theodore Lowi, and Francis Fukuyama.


Table of Contents

prefacep. ix
1 Liberalism between Two Worldsp. 2
2 Liberal Idealism and Woodrow Wilsonp. 18
3 The Idealist Synthesis in American Internationalismp. 39
4 Wilson Meets Modernityp. 62
5 Barbarians at the Gatep. 84
6 The Red Decadep. 105
7 The Second Chance?p. 131
8 The Dialectic of Realism and Faithp. 168
9 A Tradition in Disreputep. 204
10 Idealism in the Age of the New Politicsp. 244
Bibliographyp. 270
Indexp. 291
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