"America, Russia and The Cold War, 1945-1992" by Walter Lafeber Essay by The Research Group

"America, Russia and The Cold War, 1945-1992" by Walter Lafeber
A critical analysis of the work on the causes, effects, evolution and demise of the conflict including economics, the military, detente, propaganda and the future.
# 21216 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1994 | US


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"This study will provide a critical analysis of Walter LaFeber's America, Russia, and the Cold War, 1945-1992. The study will argue that LaFeber gives a portrait of the Cold War, its origins, development and demise, which is comprehensive, fair, and insightful.
LaFeber focuses on the role of the United States in the Cold War, but he cannot be said to be a biased reporter. He tries to discover the causes and effects of the Cold War from both sides, and he does this effectively, without blaming either side. He shows how the Cold War actually had its origins in the last century, when the United States and Russia met, one expanding westward and the other expanding eastward. Both sides in the Cold War had their own mixed motivations for their part in the conflict, which LaFeber sees as the result..."

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