The Nervous Liberals: Propaganda Anxieties from World War I to the Cold War

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Columbia Studies in Contemporary
American History Series

William E. Leuchtenburg

Alan Brinkley

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George C. Herring Jr., Aid to Russia, 1941–1946: Strategy, Diplomacy, the Origins of theCold War 1973

Alonzo L. Hamby, Beyond the New Deal Harry S. Truman and American Liberalism1973

Richard M. Fried, Men Against McCarthy 1976

Steven F. Lawson, Black Ballots: Voting Rights in the South, 1944–1969 1976

Carl M. Brauer, John F. Kennedy and the Second Reconstruction 1977

Maeva Marcus, Truman and the Steel Seizure Case: The Limits of Presidential Power1977

Morton Sosna, In Search of the Silent South: Southern Liberals and the Race Issue 1977

Robert M. Collins, The Business Response to Keynes, 1929–1964 1981

Robert M. Hathaway, Ambiguous Partnership: Britain and America, 1944–1947 1981

Leonard Dinnerstein, America and the Survivors of the Holocaust 1982

Lawrence S. Wittner, American Intervention in Greece, 1943–1949 1982

Nancy Bernkopf Tucker, Patterns in the Dust: Chinese-American Relations and the Recognition Controversy, 1949–1950 1983

Catherine A. Barnes, Journey from Jim Crow: The Desegregation of Southern Transit 1983

Steven F. Lawson, In Pursuit of Power: Southern Blacks and Electoral Politics, 1965–19821985

David R. Colburn, Racial Change and Community Crisis: St. Augustine, Florida, 1877–1980 1985

Henry William Brands, Cold Warriors: Eisenhower's Generation and the Making ofAmerican Foreign Policy 1988

Marc S. Gallicchio, The Cold War Begins in Asia: American East Asian Policy and theFall of the Japanese Empire 1988

Melanie Billings-Yun, Decision Against War: Eisenhower and Dien Bien Phu 1988

Walter L. Hixson, George F. Kennan: Cold War Iconoclast 1989

Robert D. Schulzinger, Henry Kissinger: Doctor of Diplomacy 1989

Henry William Brands, The Specter of Neutralism: The United States and the Emergenceof the Third World 1947–1960 1989

Mitchell K. Hall, Because of Their Faith: CALCAV and Religious Opposition to the Vietnam War 1990

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