2 edition of War of illusions found in the catalog.
War of illusions
John Edwin Canaday
|Statement||by John Canaday|
|Series||Metropolitan seminars in art : Great periods in painting -- Portfolio H|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||67007348|
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“In The Age of Illusions, Andrew Bacevich offers a thoughtful, well-informed, and deeply humane critique of the self-absorbed grandiosity that dominates American foreign policy.
He is one of a handful of sane voices contributing to the national conversation, and this is an indispensable book for our troubled times.”— Jackson Lears, author. The Age of Illusions review: anti-anti-Trump but for what, exactly.
History books Andrew Bacevich is right that America squandered victory in Author: John S Gardner. "Fischer's first book was about Germany's war aims during World War I. It wasn't until 's Krieg der Illusionen ("War of Illusions") that he dealt with the run-up to the war.
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Military Academy, and a retired Army Colonel with 23 years of service that. “In The Age of Illusions, Andrew Bacevich offers a thoughtful, well-informed, and deeply humane critique of the self-absorbed grandiosity that dominates American foreign policy.
He is one of a handful of sane voices contributing to the national conversation, and this is an indispensable book for our troubled times.”—Brand: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. Bacevich seems to have concluded that the illusions in his title began long before the end of the Cold War, that contradictions in parts of American life — not to mention human nature — render.
War of Illusions: German policies from to is a book by German historian Fritz Fischer, first published in German in as Krieg der Illusionen. Along with Fischer's Germany's Aims in the First World War the book argues for German responsibility for the outbreak of the First World War.
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Our side had won, a verdict that was both decisive and. Andrew Bacevich discusses his book, "The Age of Illusions", at Politics and Prose. With books including The Limits of Power, America's War for the Greater Middle East, and Twilight of the American.
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A thought-provoking and penetrating account of the post-Cold war follies and delusions that culminated in the age of Donald.