Confronting America: The Cold War between the United States and the Communists in France and Italy

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Index
Abbas, Fehrat, 225
Abstract expressionism, 162
Acheson, Dean, 56, 57, 138
Achilles, Theodor, 434 (n. 42)
Ackley, Hugh Gardner, 328
Action Party (Italy), 407 (n. 49)
Adams, Henry and Brooks, 2
Adams, John Quincy, 56
Adornato, Ferdinando, 379
Adorno, Theodor, 290
Afghanistan/Afghanistan War, 310, 362, 368, 372, 373
AFL (American Federation of Labor), 67–68, 69, 99–100, 146, 170, 414 (n. 40)
Aga-Rossi, Elena, 196, 472 (n. 3)
Agnelli, Giovanni, 37
Ajello, Nello, 407 (n. 55)
Aldrich, Richard, 139
Alexander, Harold, 63, 66
Algerian War, 10, 223–24, 227–29, 242, 255, 275; and Evian Accords, 243
Alicata, Mario, 32, 47, 48, 105, 169, 189– 90, 200, 250, 287, 288
Alienation theories, 347, 355, 391
Allen, George V., 416 (n. 77)
Allen, Raymond B., 141
Allende, Salvador, 322
Alliance for Progress, 243
Alliance for the Defense of Culture (PCI), 37, 104–5, 163
Allied Control Cooperation (Italy), 63
Allied Control Council (Germany), 64
Almanachs (PCF), 165, 169
Alphand, Hervé, 138
Alphandéry, Claude: L’Amérique est-elle trop riche?, 246
Althusser, Louis, 279, 362
Ambrose, Stephen, 376
Amendola, Giorgio, 195, 217, 233, 241, 258, 309, 359; and DC, 265; and European integration, 262–63, 310, 311, 316; and intellectuals, 287–88; and neocapitalism, 249, 250, 350, 447 (n. 5); and Prague Spring, 305, 310; and youth movements, 280, 282, 289
American Committee on United Europe, 139, 149
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 337
Americanism, 7, 40, 169–70, 296
Americanization: in Europe, 5, 11, 184, 376, 378; in France, 171, 196, 244, 251, 276, 293–94, 360, 387; in Italy, 171, 196, 244, 245–46, 250, 276, 293–94, 341, 356, 360, 379, 387. See also Modernization
American literature. See PCF; PCI
Americans for Democratic Action, 57
American studies: in France, 178; in Italy, 178–79
Amici del cinema, 168
Amis de la Liberté, 183
Anderson, Robert B., 205
Andreotti, Giulio, 324–25, 339, 343, 346
Andrieu, René, 362
Angola, 310
Annales school, 278
Anti-Americanism, 5–7, 9, 11–12, 402 (n. 19); in Europe, 33–34, 157, 182, 235, 293–94, 334, 359, 396–97; in France, 32–34, 44, 54, 111, 131, 135–36, 142, 145, 154, 195, 204, 218–19, 244, 255–56, 381, 472 (n. 3); French intellectuals and, 33–54 passim, 170, 183–85, 186–87, 191, 193, 252, 299; and globalization, 396; Italian intellectuals and, 33–52 passim, 162, 183–85, 187, 191, 278; in Italy, 34, 111, 116, 131, 162, 231, 267, 341, 359, 381, 396, 472 (n. 3); right-wing form of, in France and Italy, 8, 34, 35, 41, 42, 43; in Spain, 317; in Third World, 203–4, 238; transatlantic connection of forms of, 78, 79, 271–72, 274–75, 289–92, 294–97, 385. See also DC; De Gaulle, Charles; PCF; PCI; Sartre, Jean-Paul; Socialist

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