Truman, Stalin and Peace

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Truman, Stalin and Peace

By Albert Z. Carr
Doubleday, 1950
256 pp. $2.75

The most interesting aspect of these personal impressions of the cold war, written by a former member of the War Production Board and subsequent adviser on the White House staff, is the stress upon economic disputes and misunderstandings as leading factors in Soviet-American friction.

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