From coalition to confrontation: readings on cold war origins. Edited by John Gimbel [and] John C. Hennessy.
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Hennessy, John C.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
World politics -- 1945-1955.
263 p. 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Hennessy, J. C. Introduction.--Mosely, P. E. Soviet-American relations since the war.--Bernstein, B. J. American foreign policy and the origins of the cold war.--Bronfenbrenner, U. The mirror image in Soviet-American relations: a social psychologist's report.--Marushkin, B. American falsifiers and the facts of history.--Herring, G. C., Jr. Lend-lease to Russia and the origins of the cold war, 1944-1945.--Alperovitz, G. Why we dropped the bomb.--Paterson, T. G. The abortive American loan to Russia and the origins of the cold war, 1943-1946.--Gimbel, J. Cold war: German front.--The Hopkins mission to Moscow, May-June, 1945.--Stalin, J. V. An election speech in Moscow, February 9, 1946.--Kennan, G. F. A report from Moscow, March 20, 1946.--Marshall, G. C. The Moscow meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers, March 10, 1947, to April 24, 1947.--Zhdanov, A. Z. The international situation, September, 1947.--Hughes, H. S. The second year of the cold war: a memoir and an anticipation.--Lasch, C. The cold war, revisited and revisioned.--Maier, C. S. Revisionism and the interpretation of cold war origins.
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