FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND THE CONSTITUTION IN THE AGE OF FIGHTING SAIL
Recounts the efforts of the French revolutionary republic to obtain support from the United States in its war with Great Britain. Castro argues that the insights of the nation's founders about the Constitution and international affairs are as valuable and instructive today as they were in 1793.
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