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From the Publisher"Skillfully crafted and solidly researched, Gohs analysis gives more depth to the historiography of Chinese-American diplomatic history."
"This is an important book ... [an] admirably thorough and clearly presented assessment of a wide range of recently declassified material. The book marks a major advance from the available literature on this important international turning point. It will be required reading for students, practicioners, and specialists on U.S. policy toward China for years to come."
China Review International, Robert Sutter, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
"overall an interesting and important supplement to the orthodox rationalist explanation of teh U.S.-china rapprochement. It definitely contributes to our general understanding of how and why this important even occurred the way it did. It makes us think about the power of ideas, as well as the power of the constructivist approach." - Yufan Hao, Colgate University