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K blows top : a Cold War comic interlude starring Nikita Khrushchev, America's most unlikely tourist

著者: Peter Carlson
出版商: New York : PublicAffairs, ©2009.
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K Blows Top is the hilarious true story of a stranger in a strange land. The stranger was Nikita Khrushchev, the fat-bellied, thin-skinned, funny, cranky premier of the Soviet Union. The strange land was America in the 50s, a world of tail fins, movie stars, missile silos, and duck-and-cover drills. Khrushchev's bizarre 1959 trip across America was, as historian John Lewis Gaddis called it, "a surreal extravaganza."
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提及的人: Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev; Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev
材料类型: 传记
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所有的著者/提供者: Peter Carlson
ISBN: 9781586484972 1586484974 9781586488468 1586488465
OCLC号码: 191926312
描述: xiv, 327 pages, [9] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
内容: Prologue : K blows top --
Trip One : The heat in the kitchen. Dueling proverbs --
Arguing about animal dung --
Khrushchev takes the Pepsi challenge --
The kitchen debate --
Nixon gets zapped --
How many nukes does it take to wipe out England? --
The new party line on love --
Nixon gets drunk --
Khrushchev's coming! Khrushchev's coming! --
Trip Two : "A surreal extravaganza". The worst human being on earth --
What should K see? --
Shooting the moon --
K meets J. Edgar Hoover --
Fondling animals --
Khrushchev throws a tantrum --
Communism is like my wart --
The premier tells a Jewish joke --
The dentists fight back --
Stuck in an elevator --
Bronx cheers in New York --
Khrushchev fever sweeps Hollywood --
Nikita meets Marilyn --
Can-Can --
Khrushchev fakes a tantrum --
Barnstorming to San Francisco --
Mankind's face is more beautiful than its backside --
J. Edgar Hoover gets caught with his pants down --
A riot in the cathedral of capitalism --
A Cossack charge in Coon Rapids, Iowa --
Communist dictator in a home ec class --
Camp David --
Chasing butterflies --
The first to be shot --
Chihuahuas for Khrushchev --
Stormy applause --
Trip Three : The banging of the shoe. Spy in the sky --
Obligatory sex scene --
That son of a bitch, Richard Nixon --
Rendezvous with Fidel --
The guest who wouldn't leave --
Banging the shoe --
I feel vicious, malicious, and low! --
Epilogue : Life is a cosmic joke.
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Douglas Brinkley, Professor of History and Baker Institute Fellow at Rice University "What a joy it was to read Peter Carlson's "K Blows Top." With vivid detail, crisp language, subtle wit, and 再读一些...

 
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K blows top : missed chance for early end to the Cold War?

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Entertaining it is, this account of the Russian Bear's trips into the heart of capitalism, and, briefly at least, into the hearts of many Americans. One sober thought which the reader may take away from this book is not so hilarious. If Dulles had not persuaded Eisenhower to send Francis Gary Powers...
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This was a great read about a trip by Khrushchev to the United States in the fifties.  I was born well after Khrushchev was gone so my knowledge of him was pretty much limited to the shoe banging on the table, so it was particularly interesting to hear about his trip in the context of the...
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