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Key to Peace

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$65.00 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674865563

Publication Date: 01/01/1953

344 pages


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Here is a controversial and thoroughly informed dissent from our post-war foreign policy as it regards Germany and her place in Western Europe. Whether one agrees or disagrees with the bipartisan foreign policy of the Roosevelt-Truman years and the variations thereon of the Eisenhower Administration, this book must be read by everyone who wants to know the facts as they have developed and the hidden dangers those facts have brought with them.

James Warburg points out errors which the Republicans have inherited, and he lets the record—including events right up to May 1953—speak for itself. This distinguished observer of public affairs carefully analyzes important documents—many of which he quotes in full. He pleads for an immediate cure before it is too late, and he indicates what he believes we can do now to prevent disaster from overtaking a rapidly deteriorating situation.

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