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Biography -- History -- Political Science -- Economics For over half a century, Canadian-born John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908) has been among the most visible of public intellectuals. His articulate and controversial best-selling books-including "The Affluent Society, " "Economics and the Public Purpose, " and "The New Industrial State"-and his very partisan liberal Democrat political and public service activities secured a place for him among the rich and famous of his time. He worked as an adviser to President John F. Kennedy, served as U.S. ambassador to India (1961-1963), and edited "Fortune" magazine during the mid-1940s. Among American economists of any era, he is rivaled only by Thorstein Veblen for the introduction of phrases that take on a life of their own in the literate idiom. Such Galbraithian phrases as "the conventional wisdom" and the "affluent society" have become familiar even beyond Galbraith's remarkably wide readership. No other economist of the twentieth century, excepting perhaps John Maynard Keynes, can claim so secure a place in the "belles-lettres" of the English-speaking world. This collection of interviews documents the long career of an influential economist and political philosopher who has spent much of his professional life in the public eye. Many of the interviews are occasioned by publication of his books and contain their key themes such as the importance of Keynes, the need to include power in economic thinking, and the neglected priorities of aesthetics, poverty, and the environment in affluent America. The interviews also indicate Galbraith's wide-ranging public service and his frequent hobnobbing with the political and intellectual elite. Through the collection, which spans over four decades, Galbraith's erudition, wit, and impassioned liberalism shine through, making this volume an essential companion to his works. James Ronald Stanfield, a professor of economics at Colorado State University, is the author of "John Kenneth Galbraith, " "The Economic Thought of Karl Polanyi: Lives and Livelihood, " and "Economics, Power, and Culture: Essays in the Development of Radical Institutionalism." Jacqueline Bloom Stanfield, a professor of sociology at the University of Northern Colorado, is the author of "Married with Careers: Coping with Role Strain." Her work has appeared in such periodicals as "Social Science Journal, " "American Journal of Economics and Sociology, " and "Review of Social Economy.".
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2. The Cold War [2001]

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  • 1. Whitfield, Stephen J The Cultural Cold War as History, Virginia Quarterly Review 69 [1993] 2. Gould-Davis, Nigel Rethinking the Role of Ideology in International Politics During the Cold War, Journal of Cold War Studies 1 [1999] 3. Wagnleitner, Reinhold The Irony of American Culture Abroad: Austria and the Cold War, Recasting America Lary May, editor [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989] 4. Poiger, Uta G Rock'n'Roll, Female Sexuality and the Cold War Battle Over German Identities, Journal of Modern History 68 [1996] 5. Sandeen, Eric J The Family of Man on the Road to Moscow, European Contributions to American Studies- Netherlands 29 [1994] 6. Epstein, Barbara Anti-Communism, Homophobia and the Construction of Masculinity in the Postwar US, Critical Sociology 20 [1994] 7. Meyerowitz, Joanne Beyond the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946-1958, Journal of American History 79 [1993] 8. Garrand, John The Original Manuscript of Forever Flowing: Gossman's Autopsy of the New Soviet Man, Slavic and East European Journal 38 [1994] 9. Levy, Peter Painting the Black Freedom Struggle Red, Previously unpublished 10. Brown, JoAnne A is for Atom, B is for Bomb: Civil Defense in American Public Education, 1948-1963, Journal of American History 75 [1988] 11. Hepburn, Mary A Educating for Democracy: The Years following World War II, Social Studies 81 [1990] 12. Young, Charles S Missing in Action: POW Films, Brainwashing and the Korean War, 1954-1968, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 18 [1998] 13. Edelman, Robert Stalin and His Soccer Soldiers, History Today 43 [1993] 14. Maland, Charles Dr Strangelove (1964): Nightmare Comedy and the Ideology of Liberal Consensus, American Quarterly 31 [1979] 15. Brauer, Carl M Kennedy, Johnson and the War on Poverty, Journal of American History 69 [1982] 16. Hixson, Walter Six Weeks at Sokolniki: Soviet Responses to the American Exhibition. Parting the Curtain, Propaganda, Culture and the Cold War, 1945-1961 [New York: St Martins Press, 1997] 17. Worland, Rick Sign-Posts Up Ahead: The Twilight Zone , The Outer Limits and TV Political Fantasy 1959-1965, Science Fiction Studies 23 [1996] 18. Mathews, Jane De Hart Art and Politics in Cold War America, Journal of American History 81 [1994] 19. Savage, Sean To Purge Or Not to Purge: Hamlet Harry and the Dixiecrats, 1948-1952, Presidential Studies Quarterly 27 [1997] 20. Little, Stuart J The Freedom Train: Citizenship and Postwar Political Culture, 1946-1949, American Studies 34 [1993] 21. Powell, Patricia and Joseph Wong Propaganda Posters from the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Hist.
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  • 1. Gaddis, John Lewis Intelligence, Espionage and Cold War Origins, Diplomatic History 13 [1989] 2. Feifer, George The Berlin Tunnel, MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 10 [1998] 3. Zubok, Vladislav Soviet Intelligince and the Cold War: The Small committee of Information, 1952-53, Diplomatic History 19 [1995] 4. Guth, David W Ike's Red Scare: The Harry Dexter White Crisis, American Journalism 13 [1996] 5. Whitaker, Reg Spies Who Might Have Been: Canada and the Myth of Cold War Counterintelligence, Intelligence and National Security 12 [1997] 6. Sarotte, M E Spying Not Only on Strangers:Documenting Stasi Involvement in the Cold War, Intelligence and National Security 11 [1996] 7. Barnes, Trevor The Secret Cold War: The CIA and American Foreign Policy in Europe, 1946-1956, Historical Journal 24 [1981,1982] 8. Taylor, Sandra C Long-haired Women, Short-haired Spies: Gender, Espionage and America's War in Vietnam, Intelligence and National Security 13 [1998] 9. Gerard, Christopher On the Road to Vietnam: The Loss of China Syndrome, Pat McCarran and J Edgar Hoover, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 37 [1994] 10. Han, Yelong An Untold Story: American Policy Toward Chinese Students in the United States, 1949-1955, Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 [1993] 11. Simmons, Jerold The Origins of the Campaign to Abolish HUAC, 1956-1961, The Californian Connection, Southern California Quarterly 64 [1982] 12. Lee, R Alton McCarthyism at the University of South Dakota, South Dakota History 19 [1989] 13. Bryan, Ferald J Joseph McCarthy, Robert Kennedy and the Greek Shipping Crisis: a Study of Foreign Policy Rhetoric, Presidential Studies Quarterly 24 [1994] 14. Rossi, John P The British Reaction to McCarthyism, 1950-1954, Mid-America 70 [1988] 15.Lovin, Hugh T Lyndon P Johnson, The Subversive Activities Control Board and the Politics of Anti-Communism, North Dakota Quarterly 54 [1986] 16. Chen, Jian The ward case and the Emergence of Sino-American Congrontation, 1948-1950, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs 30 [1993] 17. Geelhoed, E Bruce Dwight D Eisenhower, the Spy Place and the Summit: A Quarter Century Retrospective, Presidential Studies Quarterly 17 [1987] 18. Kauppi, Mark Intelligence Assessments of Soviet Motivations: JIS 80 and Kennan's Long Telegram, Intelligence and National Security 9 [1994] 19. Klehr, Harvey and John Haynes The Comintern's open Secrets, The American Spectator [December 1992] 20. McAuliffe, Mary S Dwight D Eisenhower and Wolf Ladejinsky: The Politics of the Declining Red Scare, Prologue 14 [1982] 21. Josephson, Harrold Ex-Communists in Crossfire: A Col.
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This reprint collection brings together articles and essays on the Cold War from a wide range of international journals written by scholars of history, political science, international relations, sociology, and cultural studies. It is a useful source for students of contemporary history and society from a number of fields. From the extensive critical literature, the editor has chosen articles that convey the sharpest understanding of the conflict and organised them in a five-volume collection according to major historical issues of the Cold War; its origins, security policies, hot wars, espionage, and its impact on U.S. society. The Cold War collection shows how the conflict defined the political landscape of the second half of the twentieth century, shaping the domestic and foreign policy agendas of nations and leaving no region of the world free from the forty-year conflict waged between the superpowers. But it also makes clear how the Cold War always surpassed political and military decision makers. From the beginning, it influenced culture, sport, art, education, media, and society in intimate ways. Its legacy today is profound and lasting. 1. Origins of the Cold War: The Great Historical Debate 350pp: 0-8153-3238-6: 2. National Security Policy Planning from Truman to Reagan 350pp: 0-8153-3239-4: 3. Ho.
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This five volume set of reprinted articles is a definitive source of material on the Cold War, from the wars of Korea and Vietnam to Afghanistan. It discusses the roles of politics, religion, popular culture, civil rights, McCarthyism and feminism. Each volume includes two or three primary documents in addition to articles and an introductory essay.
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xi, 280 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: antifascism and the United States
  • European precedents, American echoes: fascism in history and memory
  • From margin to mainstream: American antifascism to 1945
  • Beyond economics, without guarantees: faschismustheorie in the United States
  • Resuming the people's war: HUAC, Joe McCarthy, and the antifascist challenge of the 1950s
  • Brownshirts in the twilight zone: antifascism in the liberal moment of the early 1960s
  • United front against genocide: African American antifascism, the Black Panthers, and the
  • Multiracial coalitions of the late 1960s
  • Queer antifascism: pink triangle politics and the Christian right
  • Epilogue: antifascism in strip mall America.
Although fascism is typically associated with Europe, the threat of fascism in the United States haunted the imaginations of activists, writers, and artists, spurring them to create a rich, elaborate body of cultural and political work. Traversing the Popular Front of the 1930s, the struggle against McCarthyism in the 1950s, the Black Power movement of the 1960s, and the AIDS activism of the 1980s, Haunted by Hitler highlights the value of "antifascist" cultural politics, showing how it helped to frame the national discourse. Christopher Vials examines the ways in which anxieties about fascism in the United States have been expressed in the public sphere, through American television shows, Off-Broadway theater, party newspaper, bestselling works of history, journalism, popular sociology, political theory, and other media. He argues that twentieth-century liberals and leftists were more deeply unsettled by the problem of fascism than those at the center or the right and that they tirelessly and often successfully worked to counter America's fascist equivalents.
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