Makers of American Diplomacy: From Theodore Roosevelt to Henry Kissinger
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1974. 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Item #2304944
First printing. Spine creased.
xvii, 412 pp. "These biographical essays - all especially commissioned for this collection - encompass a wide range of interpretive viewpoints and represent a significant dimension of the nation's international experience, stretching from the peacemaking efforts of Theodore Roosevelt's presidency to the cold war detente of Henry Kissinger. These essays suggest that the participation in diplomacy of human beings, each bringing unique beliefs, patterns of behavior, principles, and ambitions to the common task of directing the country's international business, remains an essential factor in the diplomatic equation."