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World War II and the Cold War: The Rhetoric of Hearts and Minds (RHUS Vol. 8)
edited by Martin J. Medhurst
Michigan State University Press, 2018
eISBN: 978-1-60917-573-3 | Cloth: 978-1-61186-293-5
Library of Congress Classification P301.5.P67W67 2018
Dewey Decimal Classification 327.73

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This volume examines crucial moments in the rhetoric of the Cold War, beginning with an exploration of American neutrality and the debate over entering World War II. Other topics include the long-distance debate carried on over international radio between Hitler and Franklin D. Roosevelt; understanding and interpreting World War II propaganda; domestic radio following the war and the use of Abraham Lincoln narratives as vehicles for American propaganda; the influence of foreign policy agents Dean Acheson, Paul Nitze, and George Kennan; and the rhetoric of former presidents John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan. Ultimately, this volume offers a broad-based look at the rhetoric framing the Cold War and in doing so offers insight into the political climate of today.
 

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