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To End All Wars: Woodrow Wilson and the Quest for a New World Order

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In his widely acclaimed To End All Wars, Thomas Knock provides an intriguing, often provocative narrative of Woodrow Wilson's epic quest for a new world order. The account follows Wilson's thought and diplomacy from his policy toward revolutionary Mexico, through his dramatic call for "Peace without Victory" in World War I, to the Senate's rejection of the League of Nations. Throughout Knock explores the place of internationalism in American politics, sweeping away the old view that isolationism was the cause of Wilson's failure and revealing the role of competing visions of internationalism--conservative and progressive.

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"Wilson, in his time and through his vocation, transformed the standard of legitimacy in government throughout the world. We are perhaps only beginning to see this and, with the help of Thomas Knock's important work, better understand it."--Senator Patrick Moynihan, author of On the Law of Nations

"A truly great book. It is simply superb in every way."--Senator George McGovern

"A superb, sympathetic account of the intellectual and political milieu surrounding Wilson's League of Nations."--Thomas G. Paterson, author of American Foreign Policy: A History

Synopsis:

In his widely acclaimed To End All Wars, Thomas Knock provides an intriguing, often provocative narrative of Woodrow Wilson's epic quest for a new world order. The account follows Wilson's thought and diplomacy from his policy toward revolutionary Mexico, through his dramatic call for "Peace without Victory" in World War I, to the Senate's rejection of the League of Nations. Throughout Knock explores the place of internationalism in American politics, sweeping away the old view that isolationism was the cause of Wilson's failure and revealing the role of competing visions of internationalism--conservative and progressive.

Table of Contents

Preface
1A Political Autobiography3
2Wilson and the Age of Socialist Inquiry15
3Searching for a New Diplomacy31
4The Political Origins of Progressive and Conservative Internationalism48
5The Turning Point70
6Raising a New Flag: The League and the Coalition of 191685
7"All the Texts of the Rights of Man": Manifestoes for Peace and War105
8"If the War Is Too Strong": The Travail of Progressive Internationalism and the Fourteen Points123
9Waiting for Wilson: The Wages of Delay and Repression148
10"The War Thus Comes to an End"167
11The Stern Covenanter194
12"A Practical Document and a Humane Document"210
13"The Thing Reaches the Depths of Tragedy"227
14Wilson's Fate246
Epilogue, Echoes from Pueblo271
Abbreviations277
Notes279
Bibliography341
Index359

Product Details

ISBN:
9780691001500
Author:
Knock, Thomas J.
Publisher:
Princeton University Press
Author:
Knock, Thomas J.
Location:
Princeton, N.J. :
Subject:
History
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Peace
Subject:
World War, 1914-1918
Subject:
United States - 20th Century/WWI
Subject:
Presidents & Heads of State
Subject:
United States Foreign relations 1913-1921.
Subject:
Presidents
Subject:
American history
Subject:
Political Science and International Relations
Subject:
Wilson, Woodrow
Subject:
US History - 20th Century
Subject:
Biography-Presidents and Heads of State
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series Volume:
no. 16
Publication Date:
May 1995
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Illustrations:
28 halftones
Pages:
400
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 21 oz

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"Synopsis" by , "Wilson, in his time and through his vocation, transformed the standard of legitimacy in government throughout the world. We are perhaps only beginning to see this and, with the help of Thomas Knock's important work, better understand it."--Senator Patrick Moynihan, author of On the Law of Nations

"A truly great book. It is simply superb in every way."--Senator George McGovern

"A superb, sympathetic account of the intellectual and political milieu surrounding Wilson's League of Nations."--Thomas G. Paterson, author of American Foreign Policy: A History

"Synopsis" by , In his widely acclaimed To End All Wars, Thomas Knock provides an intriguing, often provocative narrative of Woodrow Wilson's epic quest for a new world order. The account follows Wilson's thought and diplomacy from his policy toward revolutionary Mexico, through his dramatic call for "Peace without Victory" in World War I, to the Senate's rejection of the League of Nations. Throughout Knock explores the place of internationalism in American politics, sweeping away the old view that isolationism was the cause of Wilson's failure and revealing the role of competing visions of internationalism--conservative and progressive.
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