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[美]理查德·伯恩斯坦(Richard Bernstein) 季大方   社会科学文献出版社  2017-03 出版
ISBN:978-7-5097-9672-6

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本书主要讨论的问题是1945年抗战胜利以后,面对复杂的中国时局美国的政策抉择。作者认为,无论当时美国采取怎样的政策,都不可能根本改变历史的走向,决定中国未来结局的绝不是美国政策,而是存在于中国这片土地上的自身的力量;拥有巨大但并非无限的实力的美国从来就没有对中国实施决定性的控制。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 本书获誉
  • 关于中国的人名和地名
  • 引言
  • 第一部 无辜的中国人
    1. 第一章 一场罕见的胜仗
    2. 第二章 委员长与美国人
    3. 第三章 满目疮痍的国家
    4. 第四章 毛、周和美国人
  • 第二部 仇恨的种子
    1. 第五章 错误的人选
    2. 第六章 特使的愤怒
    3. 第七章 道德妥协
    4. 第八章 “笑里藏刀”
    5. 第九章 中国政策之战
    6. 第十章 不同的命运
  • 第三部 成功与失败
    1. 第十一章 民心
    2. 第十二章 斯大林的欲望
    3. 第十三章 既成事实
    4. 第十四章 从何下手?
    5. 第十五章 马歇尔来了
    6. 第十六章 从希望到对抗
    7. 尾声
  • 致谢
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