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Walt Whitman Rostow
|Description:||XII, 454 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||* Preface *1. A Backward Glance: 1916-1938 *2. The Use of Air Power in Europe, 1942-1945: Should the Allies Have Won the War in Europe in 1944? *3. The United States and the Soviet Union, 1945-1999: The Hinge Was Poland *4. The Death of Stalin, 1953: The Timing May Have Been Off *5. Open Skies, 1955: A Useful Failure *6. Eisenhower and Kennedy on Foreign Aid, 1953-1963: The White Hats Triumph after a Fashion *7. The Republic of Korea: My Marginal Association with a Miracle *8. The Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson Efforts to Control Inflation, 1957-1972: Innovations Should Be Institutionalized *9. China, 1949-: Waiting for a Democratic Revolution *10. Vietnam and Southeast Asia: Should the Ho Chi Minh Trail Have Been Cut? *11. The Urban Problem, 1991-: Prevention versus Damage Control *12. Population, Modern Japan's Fourth Challenge: The Central Problem of the Twenty-first Century *13. The Long and Short Periods: A Possible Binding Thread *14. Two Final Reflections: One about the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries, the Other about the Individual and History * Appendix A. Draft of Proposed U.S. Plan for a European Settlement: February 1946 * Appendix B * Appendix C. Text of W. W. Rostow's Seoul National University Speech * Appendix D. Andrews and Ortega Elementary Schools: Texas Academic Achievement Analysis, 1994-2002 * Notes * Index|
|Responsibility:||by W.W. Rostow.|
"Rostow can be placed in the category of Dean Rusk and others who pondered difficult issues, made judgments, and had to live with them... He was part of the establishment, a wise man, one who was