During the 20th century, some American presidents tried to forge a new international order, while others sought to manage the country's status. How did transformational presidents, like Wilson and Reagan, change how the U.S. sees the world? Were transactional presidents, like Eisenhower and the elder Bush, more effective and ethical?
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. is University Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He is also the former dean of the Kennedy School.
Speaker: Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
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