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Review"An indispensable primer on the myriad factors that contributed to the dEnouement of the Cold War. Prados lays bare the historian's tools, giving every reader a chance to analyze the epic events of the period. This is an invaluable book for all those who are frustrated by the short-sighted triumphalism of post-Cold War America."--Vladislav M. Zubok, professor of history, Temple University, and author of "A Failed Empire: The Soviet Union in the Cold War from Stalin to Gorbachev"--Vladislav M. Zubok (11/02/2010)About the AuthorJohn Prados is a senior fellow at the National Security Archive in Washington, D.C., and holds a Ph.D. in political science (international relations) from Columbia University. He is the author of numerous books, including Lost Crusader: The Secret Wars of CIA Director William Colby (Oxford, 2003), Vietnam: The History of an Unwinnable War, 1945-1975 (University Press of Kansas, 2009), and Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA (Ivan R. Dee, 2009). His work has focused on national security, presidential decision making, intelligence and military history, and Southeast Asia. He lives in Silver Spring, Marylan
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John F. Bradosky (born 1952) is an American Lutheran Bishop. He has been the first elected Bishop of the North American Lutheran Church, since his election on 11 August 2011. He is married to Kristi and they had four children, one of which died aged 6 years old in a car accident.
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