The Elusive Quest

The Elusive Quest

Leffler argues that American officials did not disregard European developments after World War I but, rather, they sought to settle the war debt and reparations controversies, to stabilize European currencies, and to revive European markets. Leffler bridges the gap between revisionist and traditionalist studies by integrating the diverse aspects of foreign policy and elucidates many new aspects of the foreign policymaking process in the postwar period.

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (October 10, 2017)

Page count: 423 pages

Language: English

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