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America's other voice : the story of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty

Author: Sig Mickelson
Publisher: New York, NY : Praeger, 1983.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sig Mickelson
ISBN: 0030632242 9780030632242 0275917223 9780275917227
OCLC Number: 9758466
Description: xii, 269 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: A Quiet Night in Munich --
Our Friends in the South --
You Can't Dream Big Enough --
We Enter This Fight with Bare Fists --
Contract Approved. Salazar --
Building the Cover --
The Stalin Era Is Coming to a Close --
Franco Pays Off --
Years of Transition --
An Excess of Exuberance --
The Implacable Struggle --
The End of Jiggery-Pokery --
The Security Blanket Begins to Unravel --
The Patient Looks Awful, Awful Sick --
I Shall Raise My Voice a Little --
Not Inconsistent with Broad U.S. Foreign Policy --
What We Need Most Is a Period of Tranquility --
88 Million Eastern Europeans Can't Protest but We Can --
External Problems Divert Attention --
Accountability, Nexus, and Fiduciary Responsibility --
The 1976 October Revolution --
Was It Worth the Cost? --
A Glimpse into the Future.
Responsibility: Sig Mickelson.

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