This work is concerned with the diplomatic history of the United States since the first settlers set foot on the shores of the continent. It is a handbook to serve a general public interested in American diplomacy as well as students engaged in course work in that area.
1. Rebellion and War: 1686–1815 2. Isolation and Expansion: 1816–1865 3. Imperialism and Involvement: 1866–1914 4. War and Peace: 1915–1941 5. Globalism and Tragedy: 1942–1961 6. Confrontation and Accommodation: 1961–1990