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The American image of Russia, 1917-1977 / edited with an introduction and comments by Benson L. Grayson.


New York : Frederick Ungar Pub., [1978] .
ISBN 0804413088, 9780804413084

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George Washington
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E 183.8 .R9 A74 (show me on map) Available Request
American
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E183.8.R9 A74 Available Request
Gallaudet
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301.29 A5, 1978 Available Request
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Other Authors Grayson, Benson Lee, 1932-
Subjects Geschichte.
International relations.
Opinión pública -- EE. UU.
Public opinion -- United States.
Public opinion, American.
Public opinion.
Quelle.
Rusia -- Opinión extranjera americana.
Rusia -- Relaciones (Generales) con EE. UU.
Soviet Union -- Foreign public opinion, American.
Soviet Union -- Relations -- United States.
Soviet Union.
Sowjetunionbild.
USA.
United States -- Relations -- Soviet Union.
United States.
Description x, 388 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1978]
©1978
Notes Includes index.
Contents The president welcomes the revolution / Woodrow Wilson -- Terror, bloodshed, and murder / Herbert Hoover -- View from the Left / John Reed -- No recognition of the Soviets / Bainbridge Colby -- Hideous blemishes in revolutionary Russia / Emma Goldman -- Social progress but no freedom / John Dos Passos -- Pros and cons of the Soviet system / Lincoln Steffens -- The argument for diplomatic relations / William E. Borah -- Working in a Russian factory / Victor G. Reuther -- The experiences of a Black visitor / Langston Hughes -- Recognition brought few returns / Cordell Hull -- How to handle the Russians / William C. Bullitt -- Soviet persecution of Leon Trotsky / John Dewey -- A Communist's praise of Russia / Earl Browder -- Disillusionment of a sympathizer / James A. Wechsler -- The Russians are not free / Norman Thomas -- The good outweighs the bad / Theodore Dreiser -- Worse than Fascism / Max Eastman -- The Soviet Union is a dictatorship / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- Russia close up / Louis Fischer -- The need for postwar cooperation / Walter Lippmann -- Planned totalitarianism / W. Averell Harriman -- The iron curtain has descended / Winston Churchill -- World government needs the Soviets / Albert Einstein -- The policy of containment / "X" (George F. Kennan) -- Soviet unfriendliness / Henry L. Stimson -- Slave labor / from the International Free Trade Union news -- A conspiracy from within / Joseph R. McCarthy -- The Soviet threat / Dwight D. Eisenhower -- Moscow divides the world / Harry S. Truman -- Russia is being made a scapegoat / Corliss Lamont -- Violence in Soviet Communism / John Foster Dulles -- I should die if I had to live there / Eleanor Roosevelt -- Soviet imperialism / George Meany -- The growth of Soviet power / Dean Acheson -- The Soviet war against Russians / Eugene Lyons -- Undeclared war against the West / Sidney Hook -- The mistaken impressions of tourists / Charles Nutter -- Soviet Communism : ideology and praxis / Reinhold Niebuhr -- A warning to the Soviet Union / John F. Kennedy -- The closed nature of Soviet society / Adlai A. Stevenson -- The effects of destalinization / Hans J. Morgenthau -- The potential for friendly relations / Lyndon B. Johnson -- Technology and the iron curtain / Hubert H. Humphrey -- Pitfalls in trade with Moscow / Glenard P. Lipscomb -- The lack of freedom in Russia / I.F. Stone -- Soviet intransigence / Richard M. Nixon -- Maltreatment of the Jewish minority / Gerald R. Ford -- A revisionist view of postwar relations / J.W. Fulbright -- Détente, what it is and what it isn't / Arthur A. Hartman -- Nuclear détente / Henry A. Kissinger -- Human rights and the Cold War / Jimmy Carter.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3543682
(OCoLC)ocm03543682
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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