Roots of a New World Order

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Though Thomas Knock draws no explicit comparisons between Woodrow Wilson's plans for a post- Great War world and the policies George Bush tried to fashion for a post-Cold War world, his use of the term "New World Order" in the title of his book is clearly meant to steer the reader to think in parallel terms: a frame of mind that could easily be carried into the new age of Bill Clinton.

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