7 edition of The End of the American Era found in the catalog.
November 11, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
"[W]e can't come off as a bunch of angry white men.”Robert Bennett, chairman of the Ohio Republican PartyOne of the enduring legacies of the Presidential campaign was the demise of the white American male voter as a dominant force in the political landscape. On election night, after Obama was announced the winner, a distressed Bill O'Reilly lamented that he didn't live in “a 4/5(1). Angry White Men book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era” as Want to Read: The promised End of an Era of the subtitle seems not to have come to pass; arguably, we are in an era of Angry White Male ascendancy. But perhaps not/5.
The Era of Good Feelings started in in the mood of victory that swept the nation at the end of the War of Exultation replaced the bitter political divisions between Federalists and Republicans, the North and South, and the East Coast cities and settlers on the American political hostilities declined because the Federalist Party had largely dissolved after the fiasco of Followed by: Jacksonian era. ANGRY WHITE MEN: American Masculinity at the End of an Era User Review - Kirkus. A study of what Kimmel (Sociology and Gender Studies/Stony Brook Univ.; Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men, , etc.) calls "aggrieved entitlement" and 4/5(1).
The s may have been a decade when multiculturalism advanced dramatically—when American culture became “colorized,” as the critic Jeff Chang put it—but it was also an era when a very Author: Hua Hsu. The End of the American Era: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Geopolitics of the Twenty-first Century. By Charles A. Kupchan. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, pages. $ Even before the Cold War was over, strategic thinkers in America began a searching inquiry into the future of the United States in the era that would ensue.
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Charles Kupchan's book 'The end of the American era' is a bold attempt to present the issue in its proper perspective. He sides with the inevitable historical law that great powers must deline until a new power center/s arise either to replace it or to create a sort of cooperative arrangement that makes way for a multipolar world by: The End of the American Era Hardcover – January 1, by Andrew.
HACKER (Author)5/5(1). The End of the American Era: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Geopolitics of the Twenty-first Century. Refuting the conventional wisdom that the end of the Cold War cleared the way for an era of peace and prosperity led solely by the United States, Charles A.
Kupchan contends that the next challenge to America’s might is fast emerging/5. At a time when American primacy appears to be stronger than ever, Council Fellow and Georgetown Professor Charles Kupchan argues that the end of Pax Americana is near.
What will replace American supremacy, and how American leaders should prepare for this new era, are the central questions of this provocative new book. THE END OF THE AMERICAN ERA: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Geopolitics of the Twenty-first Century Charles Kupchan, Author.
Knopf $ (p) ISBN The End of the American Era: U.S. foreign policy and the geopolitics of the twenty-first century was a book published in by Charles A. Kupchan, a professor at Georgetown University (which also gave us Madeleine Albright). Quick to press after Septemthis was a book that quite specifically was not about terrorism.
With its financial system in shambles and global standing on the wane, many believe we are witnessing the end of the American era. In When Giants Fall, author Michael Panzner puts the coming age of post-American dominance in perspective, and addresses the far-reaching effects it will have on our lives, as well as the economic opportunities that will arise from by: 3.
Refuting the conventional wisdom that the end of the Cold War cleared the way for an era of peace and prosperity led solely by the United States, Charles A. Kupchan contends that the next challenge to America’s might is fast emerging.
Meticulously researched and written in a highly accessible style, End of an Era argues that China's reform era is ending.
The book details how over the last decade changes in China's society, economy, politics and ideology have coalesced in a massive, yet unnoticed, transition, ending the reform era and endangering the country's further development.
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This book needs this much of an apology. It is to a great extent the autobiography of an insignificant person. If /5(10). The End of the American Era. Mini Teaser: Two lost wars. Eroding infrastructure. A crippled economy.
The time when the United States could create and lead a political, economic and security order in virtually every part of the world is over. The End of the American Century documents the interrelated dimensions of American social, economic, political and international decline, marking the end of a period of economic affluence and world dominance that began with World War II.
The war on terror and the Iraq War exacerbated American domestic weakness and malaise, and its image and stature in the world community. Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era and millions of other books are available for instant access.
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Thanks to a vaguely described scientific principle and an even more vaguly described time travel macine, the central characters are thrown back 60 something million years to the Mesozoic period, complete with Tyrannosaurs, Triceratops, Brontosauruses et al/5.
The End of the American Era In this book, CFR Senior Fellow Charles A. Kupchan addresses the broad strategic challenges and emerging nature of. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This book is predominantly an intelligent, thought-provoking, analysis of the current place of America in the world, but my review will focus on the author’s attempt to embed his view of international relations in a theory of history.
Unlike so many many historians, Kupchan knows that our species has an evolutionary. Instead of looking backward with nostalgia, Americans should see the end of the American Era as an opportunity to rebalance our international burdens and focus on our domestic imperatives.
Instead of building new Bagrams in faraway places of little consequence, it is time to devote more attention to that shining city on a hill of which our leaders often speak, but which still remains to be built. Books. End of an Era, poem by Adrienne Rich ; End of an Era, science fiction novel by Robert J.
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[Charles Kupchan].The end of the American era: U.S. foreign policy and the geopolitics of the twenty-first century. [Charles Kupchan] -- Kupchan asserts that the rise of the European Union coupled with the emergence of a strengthened Asia will create a serious challenge to America's primacy, and that new fault lines will emerge around.The men in that room, almost without exception, were casualties of the end of the manufacturing era.
Most of them had continued to work with their hands even as demand for manual labor was declining.