Table of contents for The march of folly : from Troy to Vietnam / Barbara W. Tuchman.


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One PURSUIT OF POLICY CONTRARY
TO SELF-INTEREST                                     3
Two PROTOTYPE: THE TROJANS TAKE THE
WOODEN HORSE W ITHIN THEIR WALLS                    35
Three  THE RENAISSANCE POPES PROVOKE
THE PROTESTANT SECESSION: 1470-1530                 5
M. Murder in a Cathedral: Sixtus IV                 62
2. Host to the Infidel: Innocent VIII               66
3. Depravity: Alexander VI                          75
4. The Warrior: Julius II                           9I
5. The Protestant Break: Leo X                     104
6. The Sack of Rome: Clement VII                     8
Four THE BRITISH LOSE AMERICA                             127
i. Who's In, Who's Out: 1763-65                    128
2. "Asserting a Right You Know You
Cannot Exert": 1765                               5o
3. Folly Under Full Sail: 1766-72                  167
4. "Remember Rehoboam!": 1772-75                   191
5. "... A Disease, a Delirium": 1775-83            zo8
five  AMERICA BETRAYS HERSELF
IN VIETNAM                                       233
1. In Embryo: 1945-46                           234
2. Self-Hypnosis: 946-54                        246
3. Creating the Client: 1954-60                 269
"4. "Married to Failure": 960-63                  83
5. Executive War: i964-68                        31
6. Exit: i060-7



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