The bold experiment: JFK's Peace Corps

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University of Notre Dame Press, 1985 - Political Science - 349 pages
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The Peace Corps is one of the most cheering and less appreciated success stories of the Cold War era. Happily, Rice is a scholar who understands its value. In this clear and comprehensive account of ... Read full review

Contents

The Meeting of Idea and Fate
13
Launching the Peace Corps
32
A Special Identity
51
Copyright

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