Brands, H. W.

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BRANDS, H. W.

BRANDS, H. W. American, b. 1953. Genres: History. Career: Affiliated with Texas A&M University, College Station, beginning in 1987, became professor of history. Publications: Cold Warriors, 1988; The Specter of Nationalism, 1989; India and the United States, 1990; Inside the Cold War, 1991; Bound to Empire, 1992; The Devil We Knew, 1993; The Wages of Globalism, 1994; Into the Labyrinth, 1994; The United States in the World, 1994; The Reckless Decade, 1995, 2nd ed, 2002; Since Vietnam, 1996; TR: The Last Romantic, 1997; What America Owes the World, 1998; Masters of Enterprise, 1999; The First American, 2000; The Strange Death of American Liberalism, 2001; The Age of Gold, 2002; Woodrow Wilson, 2003; Lone Star Nation, 2004. EDITOR: The Foreign Policies of Lyndon Johnson, 1999; The Use of Force After the Cold War, 2000; Critical Reflections on the Cold War, 2000; Selected Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, 2001. Address: Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843, U.S.A.