The Cold War by John W. Mason
1945-1991 (Lancaster Pamphlets)

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Mason provides concise coverage of the entire Cold War, paying particular attention to the Soviet-American dimension. This pamphlet:
* Analyzes the origins of the conflict
* Examines how the existence of nuclear weapons gives a unique character to the period
* Discusses the involvement of other nations and regions, particularly China
* Explains how and why the cold war ended
* Draws on recent research of revisionist scholars.

About John W. Mason

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John Mason is Professor of Mathematics Education at the Centre for Mathematics Education at the Open University.
Published December 4, 1996 by Routledge. 104 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, War. Non-fiction

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