Caridi presents a provocative discussion of how the Republican Party turned popular discontent with the war into electoral victory in 1952 and applied policies associated with the contemporary politics of force in Asia.
1968 | 336 pages | Cloth $79.95
American History | Political Science
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Table of Contents
The Republican Party Before Korea
Anticipations The Offensive The New War
The President, the General, and the G.O.P.
Negotiated Peace and Deterrent Power
The Election of 1952
The Eisenhower Peace