William Pfaff. The Noonday Press, New York 1990. Tapa Blanda, 198 Págs. ISBN 0374522480. Estado: Bueno.
Having emerged as the world’s most powerful nation, and convinced of its inherent moral rectitude, the United States after World War II confidently ushered in the “American Century” and set about remaking the world in its own image. This book examines the costs of 40 years of American world engagement, and of America’s repeated and disabling collisions with ideological politics. A finalist for the 1989 National Book Award, this book reflects on the moral significance of the American experience in the 20th century.
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