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Harry & Arthur: Truman, Vandenberg, and the Partnership That Created the Free World

Lawrence J. Haas
Format
Book
Published
Lincoln : Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2016]
Language
English
Variant Title
Harry and Arthur
ISBN
9781612348124, 1612348122, 9781612348322, 9781612348339, 9781612348346, 1612348343
Contents
  • Introduction: Harry and Arthur
  • Part I. A victory against war itself
  • President Wilson tried to work out a way
  • We may perfect this charter of peace and justice
  • As dumb as they come
  • Sensible machinery for the settlement of disputes
  • America wins!
  • A solid structure upon which we can build
  • Part 2. To support free peoples
  • What is Russia up to now?
  • The Russians are trying to chisel away a little here, a little there
  • Halfbright
  • Vandenberg expressed his complete agreement with me
  • The president's messages faces facts
  • The administration made a colossal blunder in ignoring the UN
  • Part 3. The world situation is very serious
  • Desperate men are liable to destroy the structure of their society
  • I have no illusions about this so-called 'Marshall Plan'
  • The perils of hunger and cold in Europe
  • The commies will be completely back in the saddle
  • A problem which they themselves must meet
  • A welcome beacon in the world's dark night
  • Part 4. An attack against them all
  • Their hope must lie in this new world of ours
  • A sound answer to several critical necessities
  • Nothing will be done without consultation with you
  • Politics shall stop at the water's edge
  • The most sensible, powerful, practicable, and economical step
  • The Senate has lost a pillar of strength.
Description
xix, 313 pages ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-304) and index.
Technical Details
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