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"The book's strengths are an immense amount of research in U.S. records [and] a clear and direct writing style. . . . I know of no other work that gets the most important postwar planning in one place, sets up a context, and is based on this kind of research in American sources. [This book] should become a reference work for scholars."
The Andrew and James Tisch Distinguished Professor of History at Cornell University
"Hearden's book is the best in the field. [It] is impressively researched and is comprehensive in dealing with nearly every aspect of State Department wartime planning for the postwar world. . . . Hearden presents a well-documented account of the . . . drive for open doors, free markets, and a re-unified world economy. . . . Hearden has mastered, as no one else has, the intricacies of U.S. policies and local issues in nearly every part of the world. . . . It will make a splash among historians. "
professor of history at the University of Connecticut