Dr. Crapol initially postulated that women have played only a minor role in American foreign policy. His ensuing research convinced him that they have been able to make significant contributions, even while remaining secondary players in a primarily male-dominated arena. This collection of essays--by eight leading scholars in political science and women's studies--spans more than one hundred fifty years of American history and highlights the efforts of women.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -192) and index.
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