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America in a divided world, 1945-1972 / edited by Robert H. Ferrell ; cartography by John M. Hollingsworth.

Main Author: Ferrell, Robert H.,
Language(s): English
Published: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, 1975.
Subjects: United States > Foreign relations > 1945-1989 > Sources.
Note: Includes composite index for entire three volumes.
The last of a three-volume documentary history of American diplomacy from its beginning in 1775 to the present day, with collective title: History of American diplomacy. The 1st volume published in 1968 under title: Foundations of American diplomacy, 1775-1872, and the 2d, published in 1971 under title: America as a world power, 1872-1945.
Physical Description: xxxviii, 380 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN: 0872493385 :
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