Economic Security and the Origins of the Cold War, 1945-1950

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Index
ACC, see Allied Control Council
Acheson, Dean: anti-Communism and, 71; appointed Secretary of State, 189-90; and Argentina, 212; atomic weapons, 235-38, 341n32; and Communist China, 172; containment policy, 55, 125; Delta Council speech, 135, 304n2; demobilization, 21; on economic integration, 2, 8; foreign policy priorities, 126-27; on German reconstruction, 295n61; and Greece, 116-19; legacy of, ix, 251; and Marshall, 126; and Middle East, 113; and Nationalist China, 193-94; and NATO, 226; and Near East, 121; NSC-68, 239, 341n42; occupation of Japan, 174-75, 319n16; Point IV, 206-7, 331n24; and Poland, 42-44; Press Club speech ( 1950), 194-96; rearmament and, 241; reparations suspension, 94-95; Soviet threat, 231-32; Taiwan, 190, 193; on Truman Doctrine, 124-25; on Tsaldaris, 118, 299n33; urges MFN status for Soviet Union, 52, 278n52
Adenauer, Konrad, 98, 157
Advanced technology, 252
Africa, British and Portuguese colonies in, 202, 330n12
Agreement for Intra-European Payments and Compensations (AIEPC), 160
Agriculture: Germany, 85-86; Italy, 77-78; Marshall Plan impact, 165
Air Force, 230
Air Policy Commission, 233
Air power, 155, 233-34, 268n34, 312n67
Aircraft industry, 233-34
Albania, 115-16
Allied Control Council (ACC), 94, 96-98; German economy and government, 102-3, 106; Japan, 175-77
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, 161-62
American Bankers Association, 16
American Council on Japan, 322n47
American Farm Bureau Federation, 146
American Federation of Labor, 146
American Mining Congress, 200
American Society of Civil Engineers, 208
Anderson, Irvine H., 215
Anglo-American Financial Agreement (December 1945), 69-70, 146-47
Anglo-American Oil Agreements, 215
Anti-Communism: Marshall Plan and, 147-49, 152; Truman Doctrine and, 124, 129-31, 135; U.S. foreign policy and, 71-72
Arabian-American Oil Company, see Aramco
Aramco, 216-19
Argentina, U.S. relations with, 211-13, 221
Armed forces, Soviet Union, see Soviet Union, defense spending
Armed forces, U.S., see Demobilization; Military headings, specific branches
Army personnel shortages, 154
Army-Navy Munitions Board, 199-201
Asia, see East Asia; Northeast Asia; Southeast Asia, specific countries
Atlantic Charter ( 1941): containment policies, 53; Eastern Europe, 57-58; multilateralism and, 11; U.S. commitment to, 49
Attlee, Clement R., 69, 108

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