Thomas J. McCormick

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Thomas J. McCormick is an emeritus professor of history at the University of Wisconsin–Madison[1] where he succeeded William Appleman Williams and continued the groundbreaking work of the so-called Wisconsin School that is credited with launching the New Left movement in diplomatic history.[2] He has used Wallersteinian World Systems perspective to describe the dynamics of corporatism in US diplomatic history.[citation needed]

Education[edit]

B.A., M.A., University of Cincinnati; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin–Madison

Books[edit]

  • Thomas J. McCormick (1967). China Market: America's Quest for Informal Empire, 1893-1901. Ivan R Dee. ISBN 978-0-929587-24-0. 
  • Thomas J. McCormick (1973). Creation Of The American Empire: U.S. Diplomatic History. ISBN 0528663461. 
  • Thomas J. McCormick (1989-11-01). America's half-century: United States foreign policy in the Cold War. ISBN 0-8018-3877-0. 

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