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Thesis papers by Michael B. Froman  

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Two university thesis documents by the future assistant to President Barack Obama and 17th United States Trade Representative, inscribed to his mother

Froman, Michael B.

Various places


1985 & 1988



  • Negotiating from Strength: The Principle of Power in US_Soviet Arms Control. 191 pp. 11x8½", black cloth binding. Princeton University, 1985.
  • The Development of the Idea of Detente in American Political Discourse, 1952-1985. 11x8½", black cloth binding. St. Anthony's College, 1988.

Two volumes.

Each inscribed by Froman to his mother. Michael B. Froman (born 1962) currently serves as the U.S. Trade Representative, since 2013. He previously was Assistant to the President of the United States and Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, a position held jointly at the National Security Council and the National Economic Council where he served as the United States sherpa to the G7, G8, and G20 summits of economic powers.

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