Ideology and economics; U.S. relations with the Soviet Union, 1918-1933
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Hoff discusses the conmplications and contradictions between the political ideologies and economic interests of American administrations in regard to relations with the Soviet Union following World War I.
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Perspectives: Genenal Views of U.S. Businessmen and Soviet Officials -- Rationalizations: Views of Herbert Hoover and Charles Evans Hughes -- Disharmony: Minority and Majority Views Within the Business Community -- Confusion: Views of Business and Government Leaders, 1925-1931 -- Myth: The View Concerning Business and Recognition -- Interpretations: Conflicting Views Among U.S. Historians -- Appendixes : A. Armand Hammer, B. W. Averell Harriman, C. Henry Ford, D. New Jersey Standard.