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Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Consumerism, the Cold War, and Globalization 1 Chapter 1. Rationed Pleasure: Leisure before and after the War 00 Chapter 2. Fellow Travelers: The Rise of Tourism in U.S. Foreign Policy 00 Chapter 3. Radiance or Colonization? French Divisions over American Tourism 00 Chapter 4. Making France Safe for Middle-Class Americans: The Marshall Plan and the French Hotel Industry 000 Chapter 5. Pleasure with a Purpose: The Struggle to Create an Atlantic Community 000 Chapter 6. The Ugly American: The Travel Boom and the Debate over Mass Culture 000 Chapter 7. The Rude French: Modernity and Hospitality in de Gaulle's France 000 Chapter 8. The Dollar Challenge: The Persistence of Consumerism in the 1960s 000 Conclusion: Nations and Global History 000 Notes 000 Selected Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Tourism France History 20th century, Americans Travel France History 20th century