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Lloyd C. Gardner
Lloyd C. Gardner

Lloyd C. Gardner is the Charles and Mary Beard Professor Emeritus of History at Rutgers University. He received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin.

Professor Gardner's many books include The Long Road to Baghdad: A History of U.S. Foreign Policy from the 1970s to the Present; Iraq and the Lessons of Vietnam: Or, How Not to Learn from the Past (with Marilyn Young); Three Kings: The Rise of an American Empire in the Middle East After World War II; Spheres of Influence: The Great Powers Partition in Europe, From Munich to Yalta; The New American Empire: A 21st Century Teach-In on U.S. Foreign Policy (edited with Marilyn Young); America in Vietnam: A Documentary History (with William A. Williams, Thomas McCormick, and Walter LaFeber); America, the Vietnam War and the World: Comparative and International Perspectives (edited with Andreas W. Daum and Wilfred Maubach); The Case That Never Dies: The Lindbergh Kidnapping; Approaching Vietnam: From World War II to Dienbienphu; Pay any Price: Lyndon Johnson and the Wars for Vietnam; Vietnam: The Early Decisions; Safe for Democracy: The Anglo-American Response to Revolution, 1913-1923; International Perspectives on Vietnam (with Ted Gittinger); The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968 (edited with Ted Gittinger); Vietnam: The Early Decisions (edited with Ted Gittinger); Wilson and Revolutions, 1913-1921; Economic Aspects of New Deal Diplomacy; Looking Backward: A Reintroduction to American History; A Covenant with Power: America and World Order from Wilson to Reagan; and Architects of Illusion: Men and Ideas in American Foreign Policy, 1941-1949.