Table of contents for Documents of American diplomacy : from the American Revolution to the present / [compiled by] Michael D. Gambone.


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                   Part One: The Colonial Era

1. The Declaration of Independence (1776)
2. Treaty of Alliance with France (1778)
3. Treaty of Peace with Great Britain (1783)
4. Treaty with the Cherokee (1785)
5. Northwest Ordinance (1787)
6. Proclamation of Neutrality (1793)
7. The Jay Treaty (1794)
8. The Pinckney Treaty (1795)
9. Washington's Farewell Address (1796)


                  Part Two: The Early Republic

10. The Cession of Louisiana (1803)
11. The Embargo Act (1807)
12. The Non-Intercourse Act (1809)
13. Madison's War Message (1812)
14. Rush-Bagot Agreement (1818)
15. Florida Treaty (1819)



16. Monroe Doctrine (1823)
17. The Panama Congress (1825)
18. Jackson's Message on the Removal of Southern Indians to the
   Indian Territory (1835)
19. Texas Declaration of Independence (1836)
20. The WeEster-Ashburton Treaty (1842)
21. The Annexation of Texas (1845)
22. Polk's Reassertion of the Monroe Doctrine (1845)
23. O'Sullivan on Manifest Destiny (1845)
24. Polk's Message to Congress on War with Mexico (1846)
25. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848)
26. Clayton-Bulwer Treaty (1850)
27. Ostend Manifesto (1854)


                    Part Three: The Civil War

28. Lincoln's Blockade Proclamation (1861)
29. The Homestead Act (1862)
30. Address to President Lincoln by the Working-Men of
   Manchester (1862)
31. Lincoln's Reply to the Working-Men of Manchester (1863)
32. Suspension of the Monroe Doctrine (1862)
33. Reassertion of the Monroe Doctrine (1866)


                    Part Four: The Gilded Age

34. Purchase of Alaska (1867)
35. Grant's Appeal for Annexation of Santo Domingo (1870)
36. Resolution of the Alabama Affair (1871)
37. Treaty Regulating Chinese Immigration (1880)
38. President Arthur on the Indian Problem (1881)
39. President Harrison's Message on the Annexation of
   Hawaii (1893)


                    Part Five: The Early Empire

40. McKinley's War Message (1898)
41. Resolution for Recognition of the Independence of Cuba (1898)



42. The Annexation of Hawaii (1898)
43. Treaty of Peace with Spain (1898)
44. Hay's Circular Letter (1899)
45. Hay's Letter of Instruction (1900)
46. Hay's Circular Letter (1900)
47. Platt Amndment-(1903)
48. Convention with Panama for the Construction of a Canal (1903)
49. Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (1904 and 1905)
50. The "Gentlemen's Agreement" on Japanese Immigration (1908)
51. Root-Takahira Agreement (1908)
52. Taft on "Dollar Diplomacy" (1912)  
53. Wilson's Repudiation of'Dollar Diplomacy" (1913)
54. Wilson's Special Message on Mexican Relations (1913)
55. The Tampico Incident (1914)
56. The Bryan-Chamorro Convention (1914)


                  Part Six: The First World War

57. Wilson's Appeal for Neutrality (1914)
58. The First Lusitania Note (1915)
59. The Sussex Affair (1916)
60. Treaty between the United States and Haiti (1916)
61. Organic Act of the Philippine Islands (1916)
62. Wilson's "Peace without Victory" Address (1917)
63. The Zimmerman Note (1917)  
64. Wilson's Request for a Declaration of War on Germany'(1917)
65. The Lansing-Ishii Agreement (1917)
66. Wilson's Fourteen Points (1918)
67. Wilson's Exposition of the League of Nations to the Senate
   Foreign Relations Committee (1919)
68. Defeat of the League of Nations (1920)

                  Part Seven: The Interwar Period

69. Four Power Treaty (1921)
70. Naval Limitation Treaty (1922)
71. Nine Power Treaty (1922)



72. Coolidge's Message on Nicaraguan Intervention (1927)
73. Treaties of Arbitration and Conciliation with Germany (1928)
74. The Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact (1928)
75. Stimson Doctrine (1931)
76. Abandonment of the GoldStanrd(I339)
77. The Good Neighbor Policy (1933)
78. The Recognition of Soviet Russia (1933)
79. Philippine Independence Act (1934)
80. Abrogation of the Platt Amendment (1934)
81. The Neutrality Act of 1937
82. Roosevelt's "Quarantine" Speech (1937)
83. The "New Order" in the Far East (1938)
84. Roosevelt's Appeal for Peace in Europe (1939)
85. Declaration of Panama (1939)
86. The Neutrality Act of 1939
87. The Act of Havana (1940)
88. Hemispheric Defense (1940)
89. The Destroyers for Bases Decision (1940)
90. The "Four Freedoms" Speech (1941)
91. The Lend Lease Act (1941)
92. The Atlantic Charter (1941)


                 Part Eight: The Second World War

93. Roosevelt's Request for War against Japan (1941)
94. The Casablanca Conference (1943)
95. The Moscow Conference (1943)
96. The Cairo Conference (1943)
97. The Teheran Conference (1943)
98. The Yalta Conference (1945)
99. The Surrender of Germany (1945)
100. The Occupation of Japan (1945)


                     Part Nine: The Cold War

101. Truman's Statement on the Fundamentals of U.S. Foreign
    Policy (1945)



102. The United Nations Participation Act (1945)
103. Kennan's "Long Telegram" (1946)
104. Truman Doctrine (1947)
105. The Marshall Plan (1947)
106. The National Security Act (1947)
107. The-United-States' Noteroirthe-BerlirrBlockade--and 
    Airlift (1948)
108. The North Atlantic Treaty (1949)
109. The Recognition of Israel (194849)
110. The China White Paper (1949)
111. The Point Four Program (1949)
112. Announcement of the Hydrogen Bomb Program (1950)
113. NSC-68 (1950)
114. Truman's Statement on the Korean War (1950)
115. The Recall of General Douglas MacArthur (1951)
116. The European Recovery Program (1951)
117. The Mutual Security Act (1951)
118. Eisenhower's "Peace in the World" Speech (1953)
119. The Domino Theory (1954)
120. The Strategy of Massive Retaliation (1954)
121. The Guatemalan Crisis (1954)
122. Congressional Resolution on the Defense of Formosa (1955)
123. Eisenhower's Address on the Middle East (1957)
124. Eisenhower Doctrine (1957)
125. NSAM 2 (1961)
126. Kennedy's Speech on the Alliance for Progress (1961)
127. Kennedy's Address on the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
128. NSAM 288 (1964)
129. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964)
130. Johnson's Johns Hopkins Address on Vietnam (1965)
131. Wheeler's Memorandum on the Tet Offensive (1968)
132. Johnson's Post-Tet Address to the Nation (1968)
133. Nixon Doctrine (1969)
134. Kissinger's Concept of "Linkage" (1969)
135. Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty I (1972)



136. Vietnam Peace Agreement (1973)
137. War Powers Act (1973)
138. Carter's Human Rights Foreign Policy (1977)
139. The Panama Canal Treaty (1977)
140. Caters-Speech-onAhe.-Cap-David Accord (1978)
141. Carter's Speech on the SALT II Treaty (1979)
142. Carter Doctrine (1980)
143. Lebanon and Grenada: The Use of U.S. Armed Forces (1983)
144. Reagan's "Evil Empire" Speech (1983)
145. The Strategic Defense Initiative (1983)
146. Reagan Doctrine (1985)
147. INF Treaty with the Soviet Union (1987)
148. The Invasion of Panama (1989)


                  Part Ten: The Post-Cold War Era

149. The Collapse of the Eastern Bloc (1989)
150. Bush, Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait (1990)
151. Bush, 'The Possibility of a New World Order" (1991)
152. Bush, "Initiative on Nuclear Arms: Changing the Nuclear
    Posture" (1991)
153. Clinton, "A Strategy for Foreign Policy" (1992)
154. Bush, "Conditions in Somalia" (1992)
155. Clinton, "Remarks at the Signing Ceremony for the
    Israeli-Palestinian Declaration of Principles" (1993)
156. Woolsey, 'Threats to the U.S. and Its Interests Abroad" (1994)
157. Clinton, Speech on Iraq and Haiti (1994)
158. Perry, "Bosnia: We Must Stay the Course" (1995)
159. Lake, "The Price of Leadership" (1995)
160. Clinton, "Remarks at the Signing Ceremony for the Balkans
    Peace Agreement in Paris" (1995)
161. Christopher, "Advancing America's Critical Interests in
    the Asia-Pacific Region" (1996)
162. Soderberg, "U.S. Intervention in the Post-Cold War Era" (1996)
163. Albright, "Enlarging NATO" (1997)



164. The Wye Memorandum (1998)
165. Asia-Pacific Security and China (1998)
166. Clinton, "Why We're Involved in Kosovo" (1999)
167. Clinton, "A Pathway Back to Negotiations" (2000)
Selected Bibliography








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