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The U.S. & the World: Foreign Policy in the 19th & 20th Centuries   Tags: cold war, olympics, peace corps, propaganda, radio free europe, soft power, spanish american war, sports diplomacy, united states, world's fair  

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Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics - Joseph S. Nye


Resources about U.S. Cultural Imperialism

This guide offers book, film, curriculum, and website resources for teaching and learning about cultural imperialism and soft power in U.S. history. Most books and films listed in this guide are available from the Primary Source Library. Please contact the librarian if you are interested in checking out or using sources from the library collection. Contact information for the Primary Source Library can be found in the right column of every page. Use the blue tabs above to navigate through this guide.



Guide originally created by Jennifer Hanson and revised by Karen Storz.

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