David C. Engerman

Photo of David C. EngermanPhoto | © Michael LovettDavid C. Engerman is Leitner International Interdisciplinary Professor in the Department of History at Yale University.

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Cover: The Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in IndiaThe Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in IndiaEngerman, David C.PAPERBACK01/07/2020$27.95
Cover: The Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in IndiaThe Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in IndiaEngerman, David C.HARDCOVER02/19/2018$35.00
Cover: Modernization from the Other Shore: American Intellectuals and the Romance of Russian DevelopmentModernization from the Other Shore: American Intellectuals and the Romance of Russian DevelopmentEngerman, David C.HARDCOVER01/15/2004$86.50
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