Penguin, 2002 - 359 pages
A comprehensive look at the hundred-year history of the Cold War, from the rise of Lenin and communism to the foreign policy of George W. Bush.
-- CNN's 24-part series, telecast in late 1998, is still alive and well on CNN Interactive.
-- Who says the Cold War is over? Heard about the collision between the Chinese freighter and the U.S. Navy spy plane? New York Times political columnist Maureen Dowd said in April, "One veteran cold warrior who served under several presidents told me he was shocked that Bush II had refrozen the cold war."
-- The Cold War International History Project Website at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars has up-to-date info on books published about the Cold War, as well as conferences, news, etc.
The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to the Cold War covers: origins of the Cold War -- Karl Marx, the Treaty at Versailles, the Great Depression, the New Deal, and World War II; the China Lobby and the Marshall Plan, "American Caesar" in Korea and "Tail-Gunner Joe"; the birth of "talking head" journalism; those Happy Days 1950's; the Cuban Missile Crisis and death in Vietnam; the turbulent Sixties; Nixon visits China; Cold War America in the Seventies and Eighties -- the "Evil Empire, " Grenada, Nicaragua, and KAL Flight 007, and Post-Cold War policy, the Cold War legacy.
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Better Dead Than Red
The First Red Scare
From Lenin to Stalin
The New Face of Soviet Communism
The Gathering Storm
Death in Vietnam
Doubting the ommitment 103
Humphrey Versus Nixon
Cooling the Cold War
Nixon Kissinger and Détente
Playing the China Card
A Ford Not a Lincoln
Communists and Conference Diplomacy
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Death in Warm Springs
Harry Gives Em Heck
Harry Truman the bomb and the Iron Curtain
The United Nations Trumans Doctrine the Marshall
Its a Bad Bad World
The Global Policeman
Living in the old War
Part3 livinginthe ſold War
Hollywood Sees Red
Ike and the Spread of the Cold War
Charisma and Camelot