Diplomacy, the Media, and a Search for Legitimacy: Reassessing Gerald Ford’s Pacific Tours

In 1974-75, President Gerald Ford’s Asian travels stressed US alliances and strengthened relations with China. Thomas Tunstall Allcock examines Ford’s diplomacy’s effects on American interests and domestic-foreign relations.

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