In "Kennedy, de Gaulle and Western Europe," Erin Mahan revises
prevailing interpretations of Franco-American relations during the
early 1960s that either chastise de Gaulle for anti-Americanism or
Kennedy for imposing US policies on Europe. Summoning a wide range
of French and American archival sources, this book demonstrates
that the structure and dynamics of the Franco-American relationship
during this period were embedded in complex multilateral
relationships within the Western alliance.
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