The United States and Russia

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The United States and Russia

By Vera Micheles Dean
Harvard University Press, 1947
321 pp. $3.00

Mrs. Dean places the Russian problem in its historical perspective with extraordinary objectivity. There are inevitably points with which the expert might quarrel, particularly in regard to recent diplomatic negotiations, but these do not seriously detract from the general excellence of her account. This volume appears in Sumner Welles' "American Foreign Policy Library." It includes Mrs. Dean's recommendations for American policy vis-à-vis the Soviets, and a useful bibliography.

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