Santa Barbara, Denver, Oxford: ABC Clio, 2003), sponsored by the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations [hereafter the SHAFR
We asked for twice as many scholars as we needed and nearly all the people we asked agreed to write an essay and donate their royalty and republication earnings to SHAFR
In a letter to President Clinton on June 22, Warren Kimball as President of SHAFR
noted that the "membership of the Task Force and the assignment given its various subcommittees indicate that old habits of secrecy dominate its approach.
See Alexander Deconde, "What's Wrong with American Diplomatic History," SHAFR
promotes the "study, advancement and dissemination of a knowledge of American Foreign Relations.