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From the Publisher"This book will be the standard—one is tempted to say classic—reference for U.S.-Russian relations between the 1770s and the late 1860s. It is encyclopedic. Saul's research is awesome. This will simply become the standard reference from which every other scholar studying the subject will have to begin. It is a publication of great importance in American and Russian history."—Walter LaFeber, Noll Professor of History at Cornell University and author of The American Age: U.S. Foreign Policy Abroad and at Home Since 1750, Inevitable Revolutions: The United States in Central America, and numerous books on relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
"A highly valuable contribution on important, but neglected aspects of the histories of both countries. . . . Provides 'missing pages' from both Russian and American history. . . . Complements, updates, and synthesizes very effectively all the existing literature on the subject."—Allison Blakely, professor of European history and comparative history at Howard University and author of Russia and the Negro: Blacks in Russian History and Thought.