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United States and West Germany, 1945-1973 (1974)
A Study in Alliance Politics
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    United States (Review)
    United States and West Germany, 1945-1973, by Roger Morgan
    1. United States and West Germany, 1945-1973 by Roger Morgan
    The American Historical Review, June 1976, p. 693
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    International Politics (Review)
    United States and West Germany, 1945-1973, by Roger Morgan
    1. United States and West Germany, 1945-1973 by Roger Morgan
    American Political Science Review, December 1977, p. 1751
  3. Reviews
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    Bonn and Washington Since 1945 (Review)
    United States and West Germany, 1945-1973, by Roger Morgan
    1. United States and West Germany, 1945-1973 by Roger Morgan
    Orbis, Winter 1976, pp. 1621-1625
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Cold War Begins by Lynn Etheridge Davis
    2. United States and West Germany, 1945-1973 by Roger Morgan
    3. East Asia and U.S. Security by Ralph N. Clough
    4. The Crouching Future by Roger Hilsman
    5. Deterrence in American Foreign Policy by Alexander L. George and Richard Smoke
    6. The Witness and I by O. Edmund Clubb
    7. The Papers of General Lucius D. Clay: Germany, 1945-1949 by Jean E. Smith and Lucius D. Clay
    8. John Doe Associates by R.J.C. Butow
    9. Too Proud to Fight by Patrick Devlin
    10. Gerald Ford and the Future of the Presidency by Jerald F. terHorst
    11. The Palace Guard by Dan Rather and Gary Paul Gates
    12. Undercover by E. Howard Hunt
    13. State of the Nation, 1974 by William Watts and Lloyd A. Free
    14. Segmented Society by Robert H. Wiebe
    15. America After Nixon by Robert Scheer
    Foreign Affairs, April 1975, pp. 586-587