Détente or Debacle: Common Sense in U.S.-Soviet Relations

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Détente or Debacle: Common Sense in U.S.-Soviet Relations

Edited by Fred Warner Neal
Norton (for the American Committee on East-West Accord), 1979
108 pp. $10.95
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Pithy essays by distinguished commentators including Les Aspin, John Kenneth Galbraith, George F. Kennan, George Kistiakowsky and David Riesman. The authors lament the rising obstacles to détente and argue for a less censorious American approach to the Soviet Union. Riesman, for one, sees the human rights campaign as a threat to further agreements on nuclear weapons.

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