New Americans: An Oral History

“Contrary to what the doomsayers tell us, these immigrants are doing their best not to be a burden on our social services… They are, for the most part, optimistic, determined and have a strong sense of family. Their great losses are not passed on to their children, who adapt quickly and become more American than…

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Everything We Had

An oral history of the Vietnam War by thirty-three American soldiers who fought it. A 1983 American Book Award nominee.

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Soviet Perceptions of US Foreign Policy

How did the Soviet Union evaluate the shifting balance of power in the world? How did it view America’s strengths and weaknesses? In Soviet Perceptions of US Foreign Policy, the author undertakes a systematic analysis of Soviet commentary on US foreign policy during the mid-1970s. Analyzing the Soviets’ assessment of the domestic determinants of US…

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