An Idealistic or Realistic Foreign Policy?
Join our scholars on a Saturday morning for a moderated conversation about American foreign policy.
Today’s question: Do American ideals require American intervention abroad?
Teaching American History’s Saturday webinar series provides educators with a chance to participate in a text-based roundtable discussion of American history and politics. For the 2022-2023 season we’ve chosen to highlight controversial topics from America’s past. These webinars are open to social studies, history, government, civics and humanities educators.
–George Washington, Farewell Address, 1796
–John Quincy Adams, An Address . . . Celebrating the Declaration of Independence, 1821
–Albert Beveridge, In Support of an American Empire, 1900
–Lyndon Johnson, Peace Without Conquest, 1965
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science at Ashland University