Introduction: a difficult mission Early efforts The task at home: rights for indigenous peoples and slaves Getting the word to Hawai'i Liberating Cuba: the first international war for democracy and human rights Democratizing the Philippines Asian missions: opening the door to democratic law The subordination of Central America Saving Mexico from itself Freedom in the Caribbean: for whom? The great war to make the world safe for democracy Democracy and freedom for the Middle East Reactions against the great war, and the small peace More domestic distrust Peace through law Promoting constitutional law: the reconstruction of Japan and Germany The war for men's minds On the virtue of diffidence.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-373) and index.