America since 1945. Edited by Robert D. Marcus and David Burner.
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Burner, David, 1937-
United States -- History -- 1945-
273 p. 24 cm.
1945-1952: Russia and the cold war, by A. Harriman. The Cold War: a revisionist view, by D. Horowitz. To secure these rights, by The President's Committee on Civil Rights, 1947. Truman and domestic politics: the election of 1948, by R. Kirkendall. Truman and foreign policy: the Korean War, by W. LaFeber.--1952-1959: Nixon Agonistes: the Checkers speech, by G. Wills. The Army-McCarthy hearings. The underestimation of Dwight D. Eisenhower, by M. Kempton. Eisenhower revisited--a political genius? A brilliant man? By R. H. Rovere. The feminine mystique, by B. Friedan. The texture of poverty, by M. Harrington.--The 1960's: Kennedy: a cold warrior, by D. Burner. The Port Huron statement, by Students for a Democratic Society. Building the Great Society: the case of equal rights, by J. Sundquist. Lyndon Johnson and Vietnam: 1968, by T. Hoopes. One morning in the war, by R. Hammer. Violence in Chicago, 1968: the Walker Report. Youth as a stage of life, by K. Keniston.
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