Eisenhower, Kennedy and the United States of Europe

Winand, Pascaline
Date published: 
December 1996

'The definitive account...' - David R. Cameron 'A refreshing and scholarly review of those thrilling years.' - John Wills Tuthill 'Thoroughly researched and well-written...penetrating and perceptive.' - Robert R. Bowie'Pascaline Winand's book is the most authoritative study of the United States' positions on European unity in the 1950s and 1960s to appear on either side of the Atlantic.' - Professor Lawrence S. Kaplin, The Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO Studies and European Community Studies, Kent State University '...a very fine volume.' - Foreign Affairs '...should be a heavily used and much appreciated source for students of international affairs.' - R.J. Saulnier, Presidential Studies Quarterly 'This volume makes a valuable contribution to the existing scholarship and illuminates the debates and high-level networks that crossed the Atlantic...' - Jussi M. Hanhimaki, International History Review '...A rigorously thoughtful portrayal of the seedtime of the Atlantic Alliance.' - James Gardner, International Chairman, Conference of World Regions