Germany and the East-West Crisis

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Germany and the East-West Crisis

By William S. Schlamm
McKay, 1959
237 pp. $3.95

In the course of this brief book Mr. Schlamm manages to cover a wide range of contemporary topics. After an interesting report on Germany, which he visited in 1957-1958, he goes after scientists who are unduly fearful of radiation and fall-out, discusses the inexorable yet cautious nature of Communism, and concludes with some proposals for Western policy which bring Germany into the center of the picture again.

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