Table of contents for Between empire and alliance : America and Europe during the Cold War / edited by Marc Trachtenberg.

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Introduction                                                     vii
Marc Trachtenberg
1  America, Europe, and German Rearmament, August-September
   1950: A Critique of a Myth                                 1
   Marc Trachtenberg and Christopher Gehrz
2  "A General Named Eisenhower": Atlantic Crisis and the Origins
   of the European Economic Community                            33
   PaulM. Pitman
3  Trigger-happy Protestant Materialists? The European Christian
   Democrats and the United States                               63
   Wolfram Kaiser
4  The United States and the Opening to the Left, 1953-1963  83
   Leopoldo Nuti
5  Hegemony or Vulnerability? Giscard, Ball, and the 1962
   Gold Standstill Proposal                                      99
   FrancisJ. Gavin and Erin Mahan
6  Western Europe and the American Challenge: Conflict and
   Cooperation in Technology and Monetary Policy, 1965-1973  127
   Hubert Zimmermann
7  Georges Pompidou and U.S.-European Relations                 157
   Georges-Henri Soutou
Index                                                           201
About the Contributors                                          209


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