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The Wilsonian Moment
ISBN
9780195378535
Uitgever
OXFORD UNIV PR
Druk vanaf
1e
Verschenen
01-01-2009
Taal
Engels
Bladzijden
331 pp.
Bindwijze
Paperback
Genre
Geschiedenis
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The Wilsonian Moment

Self-Determination and the International Origins of Anticolonial Nationalism

During the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, while key decisions were debated by the victorious Allied powers, a multitude of smaller nations and colonies held their breath, waiting to see how their fates would be decided. President Woodrow Wilson, in his Fourteen Points, had called for "a free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims," giving equal weight would be given to the opinions of the colonized peoples and the colonial powers. Among those nations now paying close attention to Wilson's words and actions were the budding nationalist leaders of four disparate non-Western societies--Egypt, India, China, and Korea. That spring, Wilson's words would help ignite political upheavals in all four of these countries.This book is the first to place the 1919 Revolution in Egypt, the Rowlatt Satyagraha in India, the May Fourth movement in China, and the March First uprising in Korea in the context of a broader "Wilsonian moment" that challenged the existing international order. Using primary source material from America, Europe, and Asia, historian Erez Manela tells the story of how emerging nationalist movements appropriated Wilsonian language and adapted it to their own local culture and politics as they launched into action on the international stage. The rapid disintegration of the Wilsonian promise left a legacy of disillusionment and facilitated the spread of revisionist ideologies and movements in these societies; future leaders of Third World liberation movements--Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, and Jawaharlal Nehru, among others--were profoundly shaped by their experiences at the time.The importance of the Paris Peace Conference and Wilson's influence on international affairs far from the battlefields of Europe cannot be underestimated. Now, for the first time, we can clearly see just how the events played out at Versailles sparked a wave of nationalism that is still resonating globally today."Trawling through four national archives, Manela has produced an immensely rich and important work of comparative politics."--Pankaj Mishra, London Review of Books"This book will undoubtedly be definitive.... Manela conclusively shows that Wilson, who had little interest in liberating colonial peoples, inadvertently planted among colonial peoples the seeds of national self-determination and disillusionment with a West that saw this concept applying to white peoples only. Essential."--CHOICE"This is the new 'international history' at its best."--John Milton Cooper, author of Breaking the Heart of the World: Woodrow Wilson and the Fight for the League of Nations"A probing historical study. Manela presents an enlightening analysis of a shortsighted failure whose convulsive effects are still with us."--Publishers Weekly"Sophisticated in its analysis."--The Weekly Standard"A carefully researched and gracefully written example of the new transnational history at its best."--Jeffrey Wasserstrom, History News Network"Indispensable to all scholars seeking to understand the political transformation of the colonial world in the aftermath of World War I."--Wm. Roger Louis, University of Texas at AustinErez Manela is Dunwalke Associate Professor of American History, Harvard UniversityI. Spring of UpheavalPart One: The Emergence of the Wilsonian MomentII. Self-Determination for Whom?III. Fighting for the Mind of MankindPart Two: Expectations and MobilizationIV. President Wilson Arrives in CairoV. Laying India's Ailments before Dr. WilsonVI. China's Place among NationsVII. Seizing the Moment in SeoulPart Three: Disillustion and RevoltVIII. The 1919 Revolution in EgyptIX. From Paris to AmritsarX. Empty Chairs at VeraillesXI. Korea in the International ArenaXII. A New Era After AllAbbre
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