Decline of the West?: George Kennan and His Critics
Ethics and Public Policy Center, Georgetown University, 1978 - Political Science - 173 pages
Memory is a look at man's oldest nemesis. Psychologist Elizabeth Loftus tells us not only about the workings of the memory, but also why memory is a faulty faculty, an often unreliable source for the truth. She offers insightful analysis into the many dimensions of memory and discusses the ramifications of these findings in a variety of contexts and offers specific hints on fighting forgetting.
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Western Decadence and Soviet Moderation
From Containment to SelfContainment
How Right the Old Kennan Was
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