Table of contents for The American way of peace : an interpretation / Jan S. Prybyla.

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Contents
Preface 00
I. Then (1945-1991)
1. Pax Americana 00
2. The Postwar Task 00
3. Bretton Woods 00
4. The Marshall Plan and Containment 00
5. German Wirtschaftswunder 00
6. The Berlin Blockade 00
7. The Truman Doctrine 00
8. NATO and Its Cross of Lorraine 00
9. The Korean War 00
10. The Hungarian Revolution and the Berlin Wall 00
11. The Cuban Missile Crisis and Nikita Khrushchev 00
12. The Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia and the Brezhnev Doctrine 00
13. Cultural Shift 00
14. Détente 00
15. Eurocommunism 00
16. Negotiated Cold War 00
17. The Errors of Socialism 00
18. Ronald Reagan and His Critics 00
19. Solidarity 00
20. Gorbachev and His Nemesis 00
21. The Fall of the Berlin Wall and Reunification of Germany 00
22. The End of an Era 00
II. And Now (1991-2004)
23. After the Fall: Celebratory Foresight and Ominous Speculations 00
24. After the Wall: What Happened on the Ground 00
25. Drifting Apart: Multipolarity and Hegemony 00
26. Aggregation: The European Union 00
27. Disaggregation: Civil War in Bosnia and Herzegovina 00
28. Chinese Shadows 00
29. 9/11 and the War on Terrorism 00
30. Lessons 00
Appendix. Modernization and Modernity in the Process of Economic Growth and Development 
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Notes 00
Index 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-.
Peace-building -- United States.