Henry Kissinger and American power : a political biography / Thomas A. Schwartz.
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- ISBN: 9780809095377
- ISBN: 0809095378
- Physical Description: 548 pages 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Hill and Wang, a division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: Henry Kissinger and American Power -- The Making of Henry Kissinger, 1923-1968 -- "You Can't Lose Them All": Kissinger as National Security Adviser, 1969-1970 -- "Nixon's Secret Agent": Kissinger as the New Face of American Foreign Policy, 1971 -- "Peace Is Really at Hand": Kissinger, the "Trifecta," and the 1972 Presidential Election -- "Henry Kissinger Did It": Kissinger as President for Foreign Policy, 1973 -- "No Longer Indispensable": Kissinger, Gerald Ford, and the Politics of American Foreign Policy, 1974-1976 -- "We Do Not Want Henry Kissinger on the Cover of Time Magazine": Citizen Kissinger and American Foreign Policy Since 1977 -- Epilogue: Henry Kissinger-Celebrity Diplomat, Cold War Icon.
"A biography of American Secretary of State Henry Kissinger."-- Provided by publisher.
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