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A world of hope, a world of fear : Henry A. Wallace, Reinhold Niebuhr, and American liberalism

Author: Mark L Kleinman
Publisher: Columbus : Ohio State University Press, ©2000.
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"Mark Kleinman juxtaposes the intellectual and professional lives of two key figures in post-World War II American history, Henry Wallace and Reinhold Niebuhr, to explore a fatal division in American liberal thinking about domestic politics and international relations during and after the war. This division over whether it was desirable to cooperate with the Soviet Union has had a profound impact on contemporary  Read more...
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Kleinman, Mark L.
World of hope, a world of fear.
Columbus : Ohio State University Press, c2000
(OCoLC)606325380
Online version:
Kleinman, Mark L.
World of hope, a world of fear.
Columbus : Ohio State University Press, c2000
(OCoLC)609302909
Named Person: Henry A Wallace; Reinhold Niebuhr; Henry Agard Wallace; Henry Agard Wallace; Reinhold Niebuhr; Reinhold Niebuhr; Henry Agard Wallace
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark L Kleinman
ISBN: 0814208444 9780814208441
OCLC Number: 43287717
Description: xvii, 370 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 2. "Key Note for a 'New Age'": The Foundations of Wallace's Vision of a Cooperative Civilization 23 --
3. "Transcendent Value of Personality": Niebuhr's Critique of Modern Civilization 50 --
4. A "Pitchfork against the Belly" of Europe: Wallace and Niebuhr on the Ironies of Global Interdependence 76 --
5. Preserving the "Open Society": Wallace, Niebuhr, and the Coming of World War II 112 --
6. "A New World...or a New World War": Fighting the War with an Eye on the Future 143 --
7. "Light and Peace" or "Darkness and War": The Atomic Portal to the New Age 175 --
8. Hoisting the "Anti-Communist Skull and Bones": The Liberals Divide 215 --
9. Defeating "Gideon's Army": The Final Ascendance of Cold War Liberalism 254 --
Epilogue "Things Have Changed Greatly" 283.
Responsibility: Mark L. Kleinman.
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"Mark Kleinman juxtaposes the intellectual and professional lives of two key figures in post-World War II American history, Henry Wallace and Reinhold Niebuhr, to explore a fatal division in American liberal thinking about domestic politics and international relations during and after the war. This division over whether it was desirable to cooperate with the Soviet Union has had a profound impact on contemporary American domestic politics and foreign policy."--BOOK JACKET.

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