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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

Volume 29, Number 1, January 2005

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Digesting Postwar Japanese Media
pp. 27-48(22)
Authors: KUSHNER, BARAK; MASAHARU, SATO

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Was 1968 a Strategic Watershed of the Cold War?
pp. 149-177(29)
Author: MASTNY, VOJTECH

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The Architects of the “Large Policy” Plus Two
pp. 185-188(4)
Authors: FRY, JOSEPH A.; Zimmermann, Warren

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Progressivism Redux
pp. 189-192(4)
Authors: STEIGERWALD, DAVID; Dawley, Alan

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Seeing Red: Liberalism, Communism, and the Black Struggle for Human Rights
pp. 193-198(6)
Authors: HORNE, GERALD; Anderson, Carol

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How Postwar Germans Became Americanized
pp. 199-202(4)
Authors: WIERLING, DOROTHEE; Höhn, Maria

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Churchill's Cold War: The Search for a Summit Meeting
pp. 203-207(5)
Authors: DOBSON, ALAN; Larres, Klaus

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Money and Cold War Security
pp. 209-213(5)
Authors: ASHTON, NIGEL J.; Zimmermann, Hubert

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With Friends Like These
pp. 215-218(4)
Authors: BOYLE, KEVIN; Busch, Peter

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Nationalism Betrayed?
pp. 219-221(3)
Authors: LOGEVALL, FREDRIK; Dommen, Arthur J.

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