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" US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony of our society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be... "
March to Armageddon - Page 38
de Ronald E. Powaski
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Studies in Crisis Behavior

Michael Brecher - 1978 - 384 pages
...Marshall, June 23, 1948, FRUS, p. 912. [the United States] there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure" (Kennan 1968, p. 557). Dean Acheson, who was under-secretary of state at that time, described it as...
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U.S. Foreign Policy and the East-West Confrontation: Committee and ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1980 - 605 pages
...fanatically to the belief that with the United States there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...the international authority of our state be broken * * * 6 The bases for confrontation, so cogently described by Churchill and Kennan, were, even as they...
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Cold War in the Balkans: American Foreign Policy and the Emergence of ...

Michael M. Boll - 1984 - 250 pages
...force committed fanatically to the belief that with US there can be no permanent Modus Vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet Power is to be secured."2...
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Origins of Containment: A Psychological Explanation

Deborah Welch Larson - 1985 - 400 pages
...committed fanatically to the belief that with [the] US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure....
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Meeting the Communist Threat : Truman to Reagan: Truman to Reagan

Thomas G. Paterson Professor of History University of Connecticut - 1988 - 334 pages
...force committed fanatically to the belief that with US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony of our society be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure."2 Kennan...
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Kennan and the Art of Foreign Policy

Anders Stephanson - 1989 - 380 pages
...committed fanatically to the belief that with the US there can be no permanent modus pivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure....
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The Truman Presidency

Michael James Lacey - 1991 - 458 pages
...force committed fanatically to the belief that with US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony of our society be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure." 11...
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Framing History: The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War

Virginia Carmichael - 1993 - 299 pages
...committed fanatically to the belief that with the US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure....
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The Politics of Continuity: British Foreign Policy and the Labour Government ...

John Saville - 1993 - 293 pages
...and necessary that the internal harmony of our society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure. This political force has complete power of disposition over energies of one of the world's greatest...
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The Cold War: A History

Martin Walker - 1995 - 401 pages
...force committed fanatically to the belief that with US there can be no permanent modus vivendi, that it is desirable and necessary that the internal harmony...society be disrupted, our traditional way of life be destroyed, the international authority of our state be broken, if Soviet power is to be secure....
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