Path to Vietnam: origins of the American commitment to Southeast AsiaAuthor: Rotter, Andrew J. Publisher: Cornell University Press, 1989.Language: EnglishDescription: 278 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0801496209Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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J10.33 .U7 R68 1989
Includes bibliographical references and index
The Path to Vietnam Origins of the American Commitment to Southeast Asia Contents Preface Introduction PART I THE STAGE IS SET: THE REDISCOVERY OF ASIA ix 1 1 The Domestic and Foreign Contexts of the United States' Southeast Asian Policy, 1948-1949 PART II THE PROBLEMS UNFOLD, 1948-1949 13 2 Japan: The New Urgency of Reconstruction 3 Great Britain and the Dollar Gap: The Malayan Link 4 The United States, Nationalism, and Colonialism in Postwar Southeast Asia 5 Shifts in United States Policy toward the Far East and the World, Autumn 1949 PART III THE SOLUTIONS AND THEIR AFTERMATH, 1949-1950 AND BEYOND 35 49 70 103 6 The Reconstruction of Japan: The Southeast Asia Connection 127 7 The Reconstruction of Great Britain: Triangular Trade and the Limits of American Commitment 8 The Reconstruction of Western Europe and the Beginning of United States Aid to Southeast Asia 9 The Korean Intervention and After Abbreviations Used in the Notes Notes Bibliography Index 141 165 204 223 225 262 273
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