When the World Seemed New

It was time for perestroika to go global, he thus told his speechwriters, and in New York they could launch a new offensive in the battle for world opinion.

When the World Seemed New

When the World Seemed New

The untold story of how George H. W. Bush faced a critical turning point of history--the end of the Cold War--based on unprecedented access to heretofore classified documents and dozens of interviews with key policymakers.

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Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-11-07 - Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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Pages: 608
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Language: en
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Authors: Tim Couzens
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Categories: Psychology
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