Study Guide Outline To The Foreign Relations Of The United States [Part I & Ii]

By: Jules Davids

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Clean In Text. In 3 Ring Binder. Clean In Text. In 3 Ring Binder.. . . . . . . . . . . BOOK ONE: Part One: Anglo-American Relations: 1763-1865 // Part Two: The United States and Spain: 1763-1898 // Part Three: The United States and Mexico...............BOOK TWO: Part One: The United States and the Caribbean // Part Two: The United States adn the Far East // Part Three: The United States and Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jules Davids (December 10, 1920–December 6, 1996) was a professor of diplomatic history at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University until his retirement in 1986. A prolific author, his most famous work was undoubtedly his editorial assistance on Profiles in Courage, a surprise bestseller that won the 1957 Pulitzer Prize for biography for its author, Senator John F Kennedy. Davids received $700 for his labors and acknowledgement in the foreword that he 'materially assisted in the preparation of several chapters,' but extensive revelations from many sources, including a detailed account by Jules Davids himself, establish that Davids prepared initial drafts of five of the chapters on the book. He joined the faculty at Georgetown University in 1947. His students included future United States president Bill Clinton when Clinton was a Georgetown undergraduate in 1968, future first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and historian Douglas Brinkley, with whom he discussed his involvement in the Kennedy book.

Title: Study Guide Outline To The Foreign Relations Of The United States [Part I & Ii]

Author Name: Jules Davids

Categories: Politics,

Publisher: Georgetown Univ. School Of Foreign Service: 1948

ISBN Number: 000BK32238

Size: Ring Bound

Book Condition: Used - Good

Seller ID: 3103