United States Foreign Policy 1cb
The Bomb, Spies, Stories, And Lies
Sobre o livro
There are many studies of the Cold War, but none has sought to understand the period in the broader context of human history as this one does. Michael Wayne Santos examines the interplay of the long-standing limits on human decision-making, our propensity for story-telling, and need for certitude in a period of chaos and confusion.