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"The First Cold War brings new ideas and a fresh viewpoint to one of the most significant subjects in twentieth-century international relations. . . . It persuasively advances the thesis that the policy position Wilson arrived at through trial and error, one of patient quarantine,' was the precursor and model for George Kennan's containment,' which formed the basis for America's long and ultimately successful prosecution of the Cold War. This is an important book with a fascinating, pertinent message."—John Milton Cooper, Jr.