Reassessing the Marshall Plan

Feb 01, 2005

In the Winter 2004-2005 issue of the JOURNAL OF COLD WAR STUDIES (Vol. 7, No. 1), Michael Cox and Caroline Kennedy-Pipe debate Marc Trachtenberg, Günther Bischof, John Bledsoe Bonds, László Borhi and Charles S. Maier on the meaning of the 1947 Marshall Plan.

SPECIAL FORUM: The Marshall Plan Reassessed
The Tragedy of American Diplomacy? Rethinking the Marshall Plan
Mick Cox and Caroline Kennedy-Pipe

RESPONSES

The Marshall Plan as Tragedy
Marc Trachtenberg

The Advent of Neo-Revisionism?
Günther Bischof

Looking for Love (or Tragedy) in All the Wrong Places
John Bledsoe Bonds

Was American Diplomacy Really Tragic?
László Borhi

The Marshall Plan and the Division of Europe
Charles S. Maier

For further information, visit the journal's website at http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hpcws/journal.htm

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