New York: Praeger, 1985.
First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #13619
Ex-Library. Library marks/stamps/pocket, otherwise light wear. Sold hardcover.; Twelve essays. "It is probably an illusion to believe that despite issue-specific sources of anti-Americanism, the United States, merely by making accomodative adjustments in its foreign policy, could regain universal esteem and affection that most Americans in their hearts believe we rightly deserve. As a great power with extensive commitments around a shrinking globe, itself beset with internecine conflict, it is unlikely that the United States will ever be able to so order its policies that no other nation or social group abroad will have cause to resent the influence and example of the United States."; Foreign Policy Issues; Ex-Library; Vol. 8; 267 pages.