Table of contents for Vietnam and the American political tradition : the politics of dissent / edited by Randall B. Woods.

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Introduction Randall B. Woods
1. Anti-imperialism in US foreign relations Frank Ninkovich
2. World War II, Congress, and the roots of postwar American foreign policy Randall B. Woods
3. The progressive dissent: Ernest Gruening and Vietnam Robert D. Johnson
4. 'Come home, America': the story of George McGovern Thomas J. Knock
5. Congress must draw the line: senator Frank Church and the opposition to the Vietnam War and the imperial presidency David F. Schmitz
6. Dixie's Dove: J. William Fulbright, the Vietnam War, and the American South Randall B. Woods
7. Advice and dissent: Mike Mansfield and the Vietnam War Donald A. Ritchie
8. The reluctant 'volunteer': the origins of Senator Albert A. Gore's opposition to the Vietnam War Kyle Longley
9. A delicate balance: John Sherman Cooper and the Republican opposition to the Vietnam War Fredrik Logevall
10. Friendly fire: Lyndon Johnson and the challenge to containment H. W. Brands
11. Richard Nixon, Congress and the War in Vietnam, 1969-1974 Robert D. Schulzinger.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 United States, Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 Protest movements United States, United States Politics and government 1963-1969, United States Politics and government 1969-1974