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[Contents for Leffler / A STRUGGLE FOR THE SOUL OF MANKIND] Contents Introduction Chapter I: The Origins of the Cold War, 1945-48: Stalin and Truman Stalin the Revolutionary Stalin in World War II Truman Stalin and Truman International Anarchy Domestic Politics Allies and Clients Ideology, Personality, and the International System Chapter II: The Chance for Peace, 1953-54: Malenkov and Eisenhower Stalin¿s Death Eisenhower¿s Response Turmoil in the Kremlin A Chance for Peace? Arms Control, Germany, and Indochina Fear and Power Chapter III: Retreat from Armageddon, 1962-65: Khrushchev, Kennedy, and Johnson At the Brink Khrushchev¿s Retreat Kennedy Bides His Time Give Peace a Chance Starting Anew and Ending Abruptly Johnson¿s Agonies and Choices From Armageddon back to Cold War Chapter IV: The Erosion of Détente, 1975-80: Brezhnev and Carter Brezhnev and Détente A New Face in Washington and an Old One in Moscow Hegemons, Clients, and Allies The China Card Afghanistan and Iran The Vienna Summit Nicaragua and Afghanistan The End of Détente Chapter V: The End of the Cold War, 1985-90: Reagan and Gorbachev Morning in America Twilight in Moscow Arms Reductions Afghanistan: The Troops Come Out New Thinking, Old Thinking Eastern Europe: The Wall Comes Down Germany: Two Countries Become One Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States.
World politics -- 1945-1989.