Anglo-American Attitudes: From Revolution to Partnership by Fred M. Leventhal,Roland Quinault

By Fred M. Leventhal,Roland Quinault

Anglo-American Attitudes is a pioneering learn of Anglo-American connections of their widest experience. earlier stories of Anglo-American relatives have targeted narrowly on legit government-to-government contacts instead of on other forms of much less formal hyperlinks. This publication redresses that imbalance by way of interpreting not just diplomatic kin, but in addition a large choice of social, fiscal, highbrow and cultural connections. it's also the 1st learn which examines Anglo-American relatives over not only the few many years of the ’special relationship', yet over the entire interval because the American Revolution. The booklet opens up many new topics and views which light up the evolution of bilateral kin, mutual perceptions and the comparative improvement of either international locations. Anglo-American Attitudes can be beneficial not just for college kids of British and American background, but in addition for somebody who desires to comprehend the complicated nature of an organization which has performed a key function within the evolution of the fashionable world.

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