Americanism : new perspectives on the history of an ideal /Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2006Description: vi, 279 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0807830100 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780807830109.Subject(s): National characteristics, American | United States -- Foreign relations | United States -- Politics and governmentOnline resources: Book review (H-Net) | Publisher description | Table of contents
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|E 118 .B75 2006 The voyage of the Vizcaina :||E 125 .N3 S36 2006 Brutal journey :||E 127 .M2 1997 Metaphors of dispossession :||E 169.1 .A52 2006 Americanism :||E 169.1 .B7984 2002 America through foreign eyes :||E 169.1 .F828 2007 Rising up and rising down :||E 169.1 .L528 2004 Hip, the history /|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
See your Declaration Americans!!! : abolitionism, Americanism, and the revolutionary tradition in free black politics / Mia Bay -- Anticipating Americanism : an individual perspective on republicanism in the Early Republic / Robert Shalhope -- True Americanism : Progressive Era intellectuals and the problem of liberal nationalism / Jonathan Hansen -- The American century of Henry R. Luce / Stephen J. Whitfield -- The unlovely residue of outworn prejudices : the Hart-Celler Act and the politics of immigration reform, 1945-1965 / Mae M. Ngai -- In the shadow of Vietnam : liberal nationalism and the problem of war / Gary Gerstle -- Religious diversity : the American experiment that works / Alan Wolfe -- Americanism against American empire / Alan McPherson -- Japanese intellectuals define America, from the 1920s through World War II / Jun Furuya -- The promise of freedom, the friend of authority : American culture in postwar France / Louis Menand -- French views of American modernity : from text to subtext / Rob Kroes -- Suffering sisters? American feminists and the problem of female genital surgeries / Melani McAlister.