Gardner, Lloyd C., 1934-

The Korean War, edited with an introduction by Lloyd C. Gardner. - 242 pages 22 cm

"A New York times book."

Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-229).

Setting for a "limited war": Peffer, N. The China crisis is a crisis for us.--Lieberman, H.R. Gigantic questions for Mao--and for us, too.--Barrett, G. Report on Okinawa: a rampart we built.--Parrott, L. The touchy issue of peace with Japan.--Crankshaw, E. Cold war or hot? The chances appraised.--Ward, B.A crusading faith to counter communism.--Dulles, J.F. "To save humanity from the deep abyss."--A time of testing: Lawrence, W.H. Journey into war--New York to Korea.--Handler, M.S. The new pattern of Soviet aggression.--Leviero, A. How the President makes decisions.--Peffer, N. In the long run Europe is our first front.--Baldwin, H.W. Tense lands in China's shadow.--Durdin, P. Saigon: new focus of tension in Asia.--Kennan, G.F. "Let peace not die of neglect."--Reston, J.F. Memorandum to General MacArthur.--Reflections on past and future: Slichter, S.H. The past year and the next in our economy.--Acheson, D. What is the present? What of the future?--Galbraith, J.K. "We can prosper without war orders."--Krock, A. As Eisenhower takes up the burden.--Wyatt, W. Of equal importance--Asia's second front.--Reston, J. America in Asia: time and a little hope.--Baldwin, H.W. Europe or Asia--priority for which?

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Korean War, 1950-1953--United States.


United States--Foreign relations--Asia.
Asia--Foreign relations--United States.

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