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America and the Intellectual Cold Wars in Europe
Volker R. Berghahn

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"This is a laudable effort that should provoke much discussion about this aspect of the Cold War. It will also provides an important guidepost for further investigations of the cultural and intellectual cold wars of this period and their lace within the Soviet-American conflict as a whole."--Gregory Moore, The Historian

"A significant addition to the burgeoning literature on Americanization."--Brian C. Etheridge, German Studies Review

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Volker Berghahn offers a superb addition to the small roster of books that incorporate the cultural as well as the traditional political, economic, and military elements of analyzing international relations and that examine the reception of other nations to the outward thrust of U.S. government and society. His book is a magnificent integration of trans-Atlantic history on the levels of the individual, the private institution, the network, and government. A wide variety of readers will be interested in this book because it combines political history and cultural history with the emerging field of the history of philanthropy."--Frank Costigliola, University of Connecticut

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