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2020 Buying into the Regime  
This series aims to stimulate critical perspectives and fresh interpretive frameworks for scholarship on the history of the imposing global presence of the United States. Its primary concerns include the deployment and contestation of power, the construction and deconstruction of cultural and po liti cal borders, the fl uid meanings of intercultural encounters, and the complex interplay between the global and the local. American Encounters seeks to strengthen dialogue and collaboration between
more » ... laboration between historians of U.S. international relations and area studies specialists. The series encourages scholarship based on multiarchival historical research. At the same time, it supports a recognition of the repre sen ta tional character of all stories about the past and promotes critical inquiry into issues of subjectivity and narrative. In the pro cess, American Encounters strives to understand the context in which meanings related to nations, cultures, and po liti cal economy are continually produced, challenged, and reshaped. Grapes and Consumption in Cold War Chile and the United States HEIDI TINSMAN Duke University Press Durham and London 2014
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