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He had reassured Krenz, just before the Berlin Wall came down, that “[n]obody could ignore . . . that manifold human contracts existed between the two German states.” And

The Cold War

John Lewis Gaddis

We have here a forecast of the long history of American politics, the mobilization of lower-class energy by upper-class politicians, for their own purposes. This

A People's History of the United States

Howard Zinn

Americans and Europeans rarely ask themselves whether the widespread popular loathing of Western policy in the Middle East might actually be justified. In America, it is the 444-day hostage situation endured by US diplomats in Tehran from 1979 to 1981 that is seen as the outrage of the era, rather than the self-serving and illegal removal of Mossadegh three decades before. The


Michael Lüders

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