Roosevelt and Stalin: The Failed Courtship

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Regnery Gateway--dist. by Kampmann (9 East 40 St., New York, NY 10016), 1988 - Political Science - 120 pages
Explores Roosevelt's "courtship" of Stalin as World War II wound down, detailing how he ignored signs of Soviet expansionism and turned his back on Eastern Europe

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chapter one I Can Personally Handle Stalin
chapter two A Meeting of Minds
chapter three Stalin Is Not an Imperialist

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About the author (1988)

Robert Nisbet, an American sociologist, received his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley and taught at Columbia University before moving to the University of California at Riverside. Known for his fine scholarship and conservative ideology, Nisbet has been a consultant to such groups as the American Enterprise Institute and has been a libertarian promoter of cultural pluralism. Nisbet has done considerable work in researching the history and development of Western sociological thought. His areas of personal interest have also included the classical social theorists, modernization and social thought, and community and society.

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