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Author:
William Roger Louis,Hedley Bull
ISBN13:
978-0198201830
ISBN:
0198201834
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Oxford University Press; Reissue edition (September 28, 1989)
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Americas
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This analysis of the special relationship between Britain and the USA traces the development of the alliance and deals with the understanding between Churchill and Roosevelt, Eden and Eisenhower, MacMillan and Kennedy, Thatcher and Reagan.

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The Special Relationship: Anglo-American Relations since 1945. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986. Selwyn College, Cambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 February 2009.

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Items related to The "Special Relationship": Anglo-American. Roger Louis is at University of Texas, Austin. Hedley Bull is at University of Oxford. The "Special Relationship": Anglo-American Relations since 1945. ISBN 13: 9780198229254. The opening chapters trace the development of the alliance and discuss the "special relationship within the special relationship" between Churchill and Roosevelt, Eden and Eisenhower, Macmillan and Kennedy, and Thatcher and Reagan.

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Hedley Bull, William Roger Louis. This analysis of the special relationship between Britain and the USA traces the development of the alliance and deals with the understanding between Churchill and Roosevelt, Eden and Eisenhower, MacMillan and Kennedy, Thatcher and Reagan. The authors include many who were active participants in the events described.

Leading authorities here analyze the historic special relationship between Britain and the United States since 1945.

Leading authorities here analyze the historic special relationship between Britain and the United States since 1945. The opening chapters trace the development of the alliance and discuss the "special relationship within the special relationship" between Churchill and Roosevelt, Eden and Eisenhower, Macmillan and Kennedy, and Thatcher and Reagan. The contributors then go beyond traditional rhetorical appeals to common language and heritage, and consider the military, political, and economic links that bind the two countries.