Cold War : Primary Sources (Uxl Cold War Reference Library)

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Cold War : Primary Sources (Uxl Cold War Reference Library)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 355 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780787676667
  • DDC分類 327.7304709045

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       xi
Reader's Guide xv
Cold War Timeline xix
Cold War Beginnings
George F. Kennan 1 (15)
The ``Long Telegram'' 5 (4)
Contrasting Viewpoints: United States 9 (2)
Versus the Soviet Union (box)
``Report on the International Situation 11 (5)
to the Cominform'' (box)
Winston Churchill 16 (9)
The ``Iron Curtain Speech'' 18 (7)
Nikolai V. Novikov 25 (7)
The ``Novikov Telegram'' 26 (6)
Confrontation Builds 32 (29)
Harry S. Truman 34 (9)
``Special Message to the Congress on 36 (7)
Greece and Turkey: The Truman Doctrine,
March 12, 1947''
George C. Marshall 43 (9)
``Remarks by the Honorable George C. 44 (1)
Marshall, Secretary of State, at
Harvard University on June 5, 1947''
Cominform, Molotov Plan, Comecon (box) 45 (7)
Harry S. Truman 52 (9)
``Special Message to the Congress on 54 (7)
the Threat to the Freedom of Europe,
March 17, 1948''
Communism Spreads 61 (27)
Isaac Don Levine 64 (7)
``Our First Line of Defense'' 67 (4)
Paul H. Nitze 71 (8)
``National Security Council Report on 73 (6)
Soviet Intentions (NSC-68)''
Douglas MacArthur 79 (9)
``Old Soldiers Never Die; They Just 82 (6)
Fade Away'' Speech
Those Who Strove for Peace 88 (35)
Eleanor Roosevelt 90 (9)
``Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Address 92 (7)
to the Democratic National Convention
on the Importance of the United
Nations, Chicago, Illinois, July 23,
1952''
Dwight D. Eisenhower 99 (14)
``The Chance for Peace'' 103(10)
Dwight D. Eisenhower 113(10)
``Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy'' 115(8)
Speech
Homeland Insecurities 123(51)
J. Edgar Hoover 125(10)
``How to Fight Communism'' 127(8)
Ayn Rand and Ronald Reagan 135(11)
``Testimony from House Un-American 137(9)
Activities Hollywood Hearings, October
1947''
House Un-American Activities Committee 146(20)
(HUAC)
``One Hundred Things You Should Know 148(18)
About Communism in the U.S.A.''
Joseph R. McCarthy 166(8)
``Speech on Communists in the U.S. 168(6)
State Department Made Before the
Women's Republican Club in Wheeling,
West Virginia, February 1950''
The Colorful Khrushchev 174(30)
Nikita Khrushchev 176(8)
``Crimes of Stalin Speech'' 177(7)
Sergei Khrushchev 184(11)
``The Looking Glass'' 185(10)
Nikita Khrushchev 195(9)
``Peace and Progress Must Triumph in 198(1)
Our Time''
Corn, Khrushchev, and Roswell Garst 199(5)
(box)
Endangered Berlin 204(28)
John F. Kennedy 208(9)
``Radio and Television Report to the 210(7)
American People on the Berlin Crisis,
July 25, 1961''
Nikita Khrushchev 217(7)
``Khrushchev's Secret Speech on the 219(5)
Berlin Crisis, August 1961''
John F. Kennedy 224(8)
``Remarks in the Rudolph Wild Platz, 228(4)
Berlin, June 26, 1963''
Cuban Missile Crisis 232(31)
Robert F. Kennedy 236(8)
Thirteen Days: A Memoir of the Cuban 238(6)
Missile Crisis
John F. Kennedy 244(9)
``Radio and Television Report to the 246(7)
American People on the Soviet Arms
Buildup in Cuba, October 22, 1962''
Nikita Khrushchev 253(10)
``Communique to President Kennedy 256(2)
Accepting an End to the Missile Crisis,
October 28, 1962''
Fortieth Anniversary Meeting of Cuban 258(5)
Missile Crisis
Changing Superpower Relations in the 1970s 263(30)
and 1980s
Richard M. Nixon 267(7)
``Informal Remarks in Guam with Newsmen 269(5)
(Nixon Doctrine), July 25, 1969''
Richard M. Nixon 274(8)
``Remarks at Andrews Air Force Base on 276(6)
Returning from the People's Republic of
China, February 28, 1972''
Ronald Reagan 282(11)
Reagan's Early Tough Talk About the 284(3)
Soviets (box)
``Address to the Nation on the Meetings 287(6)
with Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev
in Iceland, October 13, 1986''
End of the Cold War 293(34)
Mikhail Gorbachev 298(9)
``Address to the 43rd United Nations 300(7)
General Assembly Session, December 7,
1988''
George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev 307(12)
``At Historic Crossroads: Documents on 309(10)
the December 1989 Malta Summit''
George Bush 319(8)
``End of Cold War: Address Before a 321(6)
Joint Session of the Congress on the
State of the Union, January 28, 1992''
Text Permissions 327(2)
Where to Learn More 329(4)
Index 333