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The National Security: Its Theory and Practice, 1945-1960
Graebner, Norman a.
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판형 Paperback, 328pp.
출판일 Aug 01 1992
ISBN-13: 9780195039870
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Based on a conference at West Point, this volume explores the national security policies developed by the Truman and Eisenhower administrations in response to the threat of Soviet expansionism. More pointed and analytic than any other book on the subject, it shows clearly that the makers of
Cold War policy were motivated by fear. It also examines the nature of U.S. security policy and points to the growing gap between the ends and the means of global security policy—the goal of protecting Western democracy from the "Red Menace" by using a nuclear strategy with limited applications.
The contributors, including David Alan Rosenberg, Lloyd C. Gardner, Martin J. Sherwin, and Gary W. Reichard explore such issues as how dependence on nuclear weapons became the central doctrine of American foreign policy, the bureaucratic and political context of U.S. security, Eisenhower's ongoing
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