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Origins of the cold war, by A. M. Schlesinger, Jr.--American foreign policy since 1945, by J. Spanier.--The cold war as history, by L. Halle.--Atomic diplomacy, by G. Alperovitz.--Free world colossus, by D. Horowitz.--From Yalta to disarmament, by J. P. Morray.--The abortive American loan to Russia, by T. Paterson.--The politics of war, by G. Kolko.--The tragedy of American diplomacy, by W. A. Williams.--The cold war and its origins, by D. F. Fleming.--Architects of illusion, by L. C. Gardner.--The beginnings of the cold war, by M. Herz.--Origins of the post-war crisis; discussion, by P. Seabury, and others.--Revisionism and the interpretation of cold War origins, by C. Maier.--War: cold, by W. Lafeber.--Suggestions for further reading (p. 187-192)

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United States--Foreign relations--1945-1989.

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