Marc J. Selverstone

Photo of Marc J. SelverstonePhoto | Dominique AttawayMarc J. Selverstone heads the acclaimed Presidential Recordings Program at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, where he edits the secret White House tapes of John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon. He has written for the Washington Post, The Atlantic, and U.S. News & World Report and appeared on C-SPAN Radio. He is the author of Constructing the Monolith: The United States, Great Britain, and International Communism, 1945–1950, winner of the Stuart L. Bernath Book Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, and is Associate Professor in Presidential Studies at the University of Virginia.

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Cover: The Kennedy Withdrawal: Camelot and the American Commitment to VietnamThe Kennedy Withdrawal: Camelot and the American Commitment to VietnamSelverstone, Marc J.HARDCOVER11/15/2022$35.00Not yet available
Cover: Constructing the Monolith: The United States, Great Britain, and International Communism, 1945–1950Constructing the Monolith: The United States, Great Britain, and International Communism, 1945–1950Selverstone, Marc J.HARDCOVER02/16/2009$70.50
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