Portland State University. Department of History
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in History
France -- Relations -- United States, United States -- Relations -- France
1 online resource (119 leaves, 28 cm.)
In both a general review of Franco-American relations and in a more specific discussion of the Anglo-American good offices mission to France in 1958, this thesis has attempted first, to analyze the foreign policies of France and the United States which developed from the impact of the Second World War and, second, to describe Franco-American discord as primarily a collision of foreign policy goals--or, even farther, as a basic collision in the national attitudes that shaped those goals--rather than as a result either of Communist harassment or of the clash of personalities.
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Anderson, Lorin James, "The 1958 good offices mission and its implications for French-American relations under the Fourth Republic" (1970). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1468.