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Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations: Reading for Meaning : Theory, Language, and Metaphor
Let us start with two sentences that interpret an event. First, “the missile struck the target in a clean hit.” Second, “The ceiling of the factory burst open, and most of the people working thereExpand
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Roosevelt's Lost Alliances: How Personal Politics Helped Start the Cold War
Introduction 1 CHAPTER 1: A Portrait of the Allies as Young Men: Franklin, Winston, and Koba 21 CHAPTER 2: From Missy to Molotov: The Women and Men Who Sustained the Big Three 58 CHAPTER 3: TheExpand
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'I Had Come as a Friend': Emotion, Cultural, and Ambiguity in the Formation of the Cold War, 1943-45
This article uses four different, primary-source accounts of a key conversation between Ambassador W. Averell Harriman and Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov as a springboard for analyzing theExpand
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