Portland State University. Department of History
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Master of Arts (M.A.) in History
United States -- Foreign relations -- Hungary, Hungary -- Foreign relations -- United States
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During three critical junctures between 1848 and 1956 America's Foreign policy towards Hungary took on a similar pattern of strong rhetoric on Hungary's behalf with little or no action. These critical periods involved the Hungarian revolution and its aftermath between 1848 and 1852, the brief period of democratic government in Hungary following World War I, and the Hungarian revolution in 1956. The Rhetoric by the United States regarding Hungary in these instances was also directed more as a treatment of American domestic and or foreign policy interests that were not necessarily related to Hungary. This thesis is an analysis of the rhetoric by the United States during these critical periods in Hungary.
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Moon, Timothy S., "Patterns in Rhetoric : Critical American Foreign Policy Toward Hungary, 1848-1956" (1998). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 6394.