In his search for the origins of the cold war, Lisle Rose moves beyond international diplomacy to domestic American politics.
He suggests our view of a world polarized between communism and liberal democracy was a magnification of our own divisions, and that with time we will grope our way to a stable relationship with the Russians.
"Provocative and stimulating." (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)
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