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The American Perspective 1 Ralph B. Levering and Verena Botzenhart- Viehe Documents 1. The Atlantic Charter, August 14, 1941 65 2. "Comment on the Results of the Decisions Made at the Yalta Conference" 67 3. George E Kennan's "Long Telegram," February 1946 69 4. Secretary of State James Byrnes's Speech in Stuttgart on Germany's Future, September 6, 1946 74 5. Speech by J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, at the Annual Convention of the American Legion in San Francisco, September 30, 1946 76 6. Henry A. Wallace's Speech in New York City, September 12, 1946 78 7. President Harry S. Truman's Speech to Congress, March 12, 1947 81 The Russian Perspective 85 Vladimir 0. Pechatnov and C. Earl Edmondson Documents 1. Stalin to "Politburo Four" ([Vyacheslav] Molotov, [Lavrenti] Beria, [Anastas] Mikoyan, and [Georgy] Malenkov), Ciphered [Coded] Telegram, December 9, 1945 155 2. A Compilation of [Written] Comments on Draft Treaties Regarding Demilitarization and Disarmament of Germany andJapan Proposed by [U.S. Secretary of StateJames] Byrnes,June 8, 1946 157 3. The [Nikolai] Novikov Report ["Telegram"] 160 4. The Minister of State Security Appealsfor Measures to Close Down British Propaganda in the U.S.S.R. 165 5. Instructionsfor the Soviet Delegation to the Meeting of Foreign Ministers in Paris,June 25, 1947 167 6. Record of I[osef] V[issarionivich] Stalin's Conversation with the Czechoslovak Government Delegation on the Issue of Their Position Regarding the Marshall Plan and the Prospectsfor Economic Cooperation with the U.S.S.R. 169 7. Record of the Meeting of Comrade I[osefl V[issarionivich] Stalin with the Secretary of the Central Committee of the French Communist Party [Maurice] Thorez 173 8. Report by L. P? Beria and I. VKurchatov to I. V Stalin on Preliminary Data Received during the Atomic Bomb Test 176