The Costs and Consequences of American Empire.

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Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire By, Chalmers Johnson Chalmers Johnson in his book, Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire, analyses chronically the effects of foreign policies the United States pursued during the Cold War and into the present day. He especially considers the social and economic ramifications of military and diplomatic policies the United States implemented in East Asia. He challenges the ways in which the United States foreign policies …

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…United States to abandon its military and economic strengths in favor of "bringing most of its overseas land-based forces home and reorienting its foreign policy to stress leadership through example and diplomacy." (11) 1., Observer, September 28,2001 2. Chalmers Johnson. Blowback: The Costs and consequences of American Empire. New York Henry Holt, 2000 p.8 3. Japan Policy Research Institution. April 28,2000 4. Johnson, p 17 5. Johnson, p. 37 6. Johnson p. 57 7. Johnson p. 58-59 8. Johnson p. 62 9. Johnson p. 217 -218 10. Johnson p.29 11. Johnson p. 94