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From Story To Statistics: A Systematic Structure For Documenting International Relations Events, David A. Casey Jan 1998

From Story To Statistics: A Systematic Structure For Documenting International Relations Events, David A. Casey

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"Passage To More Than India": American Attitudes Toward British Imperialism In The 1850s, Elizabeth Kelly Gray Jan 1998

"Passage To More Than India": American Attitudes Toward British Imperialism In The 1850s, Elizabeth Kelly Gray

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The Vice Presidency Of Richard M Nixon: One Man's Quest For National Respect, An International Reputation, And The Presidency, Benjamin Joel Goldberg Jan 1998

The Vice Presidency Of Richard M Nixon: One Man's Quest For National Respect, An International Reputation, And The Presidency, Benjamin Joel Goldberg

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Richard M. Nixon served as Vice President under Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953 to 1961. During this time, he worked to portray himself to the public as an international affairs expert and integral advisor within the Administration. Drawing on experiences as a Congressman and his close relationship with John Foster Dulles, Nixon made every effort to gain a meaningful advisory and decision-making role. His actual success was limited. The Vice President was motivated by his love of international affairs, desire for respect and vision of his position as a possible jump off point to the presidency in 1960. This last ...