John Foster Dulles, Illness, Masculinity and US Foreign Relations, 1953–1961

TitleJohn Foster Dulles, Illness, Masculinity and US Foreign Relations, 1953–1961
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsSewell, Bevan
JournalInternational History Review
Volume39
Issue4
Start Page713
Pagination713 - 747
Date Published08/2017
Abstract

This article, by focusing on former US secretary of state John Foster Dulles, looks at the influence that perceptions of illness had on US foreign relations during the 1950s. It demonstrates how a better understanding of the relationship between illness, emotions and masculinity can help historians to better understand the course of Cold War foreign relations. 

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