Towards the 21st Century: Long Cycles and the Future of the United States
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Political Science & Geography
Graduate Program in International studies
Philip S. Gillette
Thomas W. Burkman
Patrick J. Rollins
Call Number for Print
Special Collections LD4331.I45D39
With a plethora of declinist literature positing the decline and eventual dissolution of the American order, "Towards the Twenty-first Century: Long Cycles and the Future of the United States" offers a new perspective on the world leadership position of the United states. Using the literature on long cycles as its instrument, this study argues that there will be a continuation of U.S. systemic leadership through the twenty-first century.
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"Towards the 21st Century: Long Cycles and the Future of the United States"
(1989). Master of Arts (MA), Thesis, Political Science & Geography, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/pgym-6z78