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Was there a political consensus on foreign policy in the United States in the early years of the Cold War? No, any notion of bipartisanship in the face of a perceived Soviet threat was undermined by clear ideological differences between political leaders in America

Bell, J. (1999) Was there a political consensus on foreign policy in the United States in the early years of the Cold War? No, any notion of bipartisanship in the face of a perceived Soviet threat was undermined by clear ideological differences between political leaders in America. In: Allison, R. (ed.) American Social and Political Movements, 1900-1945: Pursuit of Liberty. History in Dispute, 2. St James Press, Detroit, pp. 208-212. ISBN 9781558623965

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Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Humanities > History
ID Code:26522
Publisher:St James Press

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