Put Yourself in Marshall's Place

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Put Yourself in Marshall's Place

By James P. Warburg
Simon and Schuster, 1948
93 pp. $1.00

A fast-moving review of the problems faced by Secretary of State Marshall during his first year in office. Mr. Warburg indicates that, among other things, he wants an attempt at accommodation with Russia, but no appeasement. The second half of the book contains an appendix of 21 documents exemplifying current American foreign policy issues.

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