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Global Dawn

The Cultural Foundation of American Internationalism, 1865–1890

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$68.50 • £54.95 • €61.50

ISBN 9780674035041

Publication Date: 10/15/2009


440 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches


  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Culture and Causality
  • 1. A Global Civilization
  • 2. Creating an International Identity: Culture, Commerce, and Diplomacy
  • 3. Europe I: The Mirage of Republicanism
  • 4. Europe II: Premodern Survivals
  • 5. The One and the Many: Race, Culture, and Civilization
  • 6. The Promise of Local Equality: Assimilating African Americans, Chinese, and Native Americans
  • 7. Beyond Orientalism: Explaining Other Worlds
  • 8. Empire and Civilization
  • 9. International Politics
  • 10. The Future of International Relations
  • Conclusion: Culture as Capability
  • Notes
  • Index

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