This volume brings together more than 50 documents which examine foreign policy not only in terms of leaders and states, but also through social movements, cultures, ideas, and images, to provide comprehensive understanding of how Americans have interacted with the wider world since 1898.
Draws together over 50 primary documents to give readers a first-hand account of the people and events that shaped the foreign policy of the United States
Incorporates documents relating not only to leaders and states, but also to social movements, cultures, ideas, and images
Highlights the diverse range of contributors to debates about American foreign policy, from presidents to protesters, students to singers
Includes a comprehensive introduction to the subject and headnotes for each document written by the editor, as well as a bibliography for further study