The U.S. in a revolutionary world
Discusses the debates in the United States since World War I over the issues of isolation versus involvement in world affairs. Concludes that the U.S. is permanently involved in world affairs but the debate will continue as to the meaning and context of involvement.
C. Dale Fuller; The Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver; Communications Center, University of Denver; Noel Jordan; Robert Good; Myron Smith
National Educational Television; KRMA-TV, University of Denver
International relations; United States--Foreign relations
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