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by Edward Pessen

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ISBN:
1566630371
Author:
Edward Pessen
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ivan R. Dee (August 1, 1993)
Pages:
257 pages
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The cold war", Edward Pessen writes, "was the most unusual war the United States ever fought". Losing Our Souls is an important book that challenges official appraisals and offers a different perspective on our cold warexperience.

The cold war", Edward Pessen writes, "was the most unusual war the United States ever fought". It was by far the longest of all American wars, he explains, but it was not a shooting war, and it had neither a precise beginning or ending. It produced United States policies which were bold, dynamic, and unprecedented. Edward Pessen was for many years Distinguished Professor of History at Baruch College and the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York.

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Losing Our Souls book. Edward Pessen's Losing Our Souls is the first book to sum up the consequences of the cold war for Americans-the shifting ideals of our approach to international affairs; the building of our nuclear arsenal; the tactics used to combat "communist subversion" throughout the world and within the United States; the transformation of the American economy in response to security.

Edward Pessen, a professor of history at Baruch College, died in December 1992, shortly after delivering the manuscript for this book to his publisher. His theme is the price of victory in the Cold War; his style is polemical

Edward Pessen, a professor of history at Baruch College, died in December 1992, shortly after delivering the manuscript for this book to his publisher. His theme is the price of victory in the Cold War; his style is polemical.

Edward Pessen's Losing Our Souls is the first book to sum up the consequences of the cold war for Americans the shifting ideals of our approach to international affairs; the building. ISBN13:9781566630962.

Losing Our Souls The American Experience in the Cold War By Edward Pessen 255 pages

Losing Our Souls The American Experience in the Cold War By Edward Pessen 255 pages. Like Mr. Brands, he deplores the loss of more than 100,000 Americans in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

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Losing Our Souls : The American Experience in the Cold Wa. Losing Our Souls is an important book that challenges smug official appraisals of our cold war experience.

Edward Pessen's Losing Our Souls is the first book to sum up the consequences of the cold war for Americans-the shifting ideals of our approach to international affairs; the building of our nuclear arsenal; the tactics used to combat "communist subversion" throughout the world and within the United States; the transformation of the American economy in response to security demands. Format Paperback 257 pages.

The first book to sum up the consequences of the cold war for Americans. A searching account of the costs of the cold war Ovictory' that we are celebrating―not only the material price but the blight on our ideas, ideals, and institutions. ―James MacGregor Burns