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Best explanation of the contoversy that swirled around the American move to annex the Hawaiian islands in the late 19th century.
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Thomas J. Asborne, a specialist in 20th century American foreign relations, achieved his Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate University in 1979. This native Californian has won fellowships from the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and from the Univeristy of California Institute on Global Conflict and Coopertion.
A member of the International History Honor Society, Asborne spent a year as visiting faculty on the Manoa campus of the University of Hawaii. Today he coordinates the honors program and teaches at Santa Ana College where in 1988 he was the recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Awarad and, in 1997, merited the President of the Board of Trustees Award.
He was selected by Kettering Foundation to participate in Dartmouth's Conference on Soviet-American Relations and on the National Board of Directors of the Beyond War Foundation. In 1991-92 Asborne completed conflict resolution studies at Harvard Law School.
Tom and his wife, Ginger, a psychology professor, live in Laguna Beach and surf the Pacific with sons, Brooks and Todd.Review:
"...intelligent, judicious and convincing." -- The Pacific Historian
"...worthy contribution to the historiographics of anti-imperialism...challenging...a solid accomplishment by an able scholar." -- Reviews of American History
"Rich, splendid, thorough review...concise, solid, useful...derserves the attention of scholars of American expansion in the Pacific." -- Journal of American History
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Book Description Island Style Pr, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110963348418
Book Description Island Style Pr, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0963348418
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