|Author:||Robert F. Byrnes|
|Title:||U.s. Policy Toward Eastern Europe And The Soviet Union: Selected Essays, 1956-1988 (Westview Special Study)|
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|Publisher:||Westview Press; 1 edition (October 18, 1989)|
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Byrnes writes pithily about banalities. He takes some well-deserved pot shots at George Kennan, the architect of the policy of containment, for his mistaken notion that Eastern Europe was beyond redemption from the Stalinist mold into which it was being cast in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Apart from these barbs, Professor Byrnes contents himself with the reiteration of verities: "Complex and flexible policies. will require wisdom, understanding, and support from the American people if they are to be successful. The writer of this book is both "red" and "expert": familiar with economic theory and practice in the Soviet Union and in Eastern Europe and with the latest develop- ments in mathematical economics. He asks no less of his readers.
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Westview Special Studies on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. and London: Westview, 1989. The Triumph of Containment Robert F. Byrnes: U. Policy Toward Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union: Selected Essays, 1956–1988. Boulder: Westview Press, 1989.
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