3 edition of The Limits to power found in the catalog.
The Limits to power
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Yaacov Roʹi.|
|LC Classifications||DS63.2.R9 L55 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||376 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||78010555|
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Bacevich plays the prophet for a fat, self-indulgent America. - The New York Times. Speaking Truth to a Superpower. Search Washington, DC area books events, reviews and bookstores from the Washington by: His book should be read by every concerned US citizen.” —Anatol Lieven, author of America Right or Wrong: An Anatomy of American Nationalism “In The Limits of Power, Andrew Bacevich delivers precisely what the Republic has so desperately needed: an analysis of America's woes that goes beyond the villain of the moment, George W.
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involvement in endless wars, driven by a deep infatuation with military power, has been a. The full title of the book: The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism indicates clearly the perspective and inclinations of the author. The author, Andrew J. Editorial Reviews.
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power, in contrast to the usual leftish emphasis on galloping neo-imperialism. Thus the book underlines American capitalism's difficulties in implementing its plans for European restoration, partly because deflationary measures undercut them. The Limits of Power Aug Andrew J.
Bacevich's new book, THE LIMITS OF POWER: THE END OF AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM, is part of the American Empire Project. Septem • Andrew J. Bacevich, a professor of history and international relations at Boston University and a retired Army colonel, discusses his new book, The Limits of.
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