formed a striking contrast with the situationnthirty years before," as thoughnthe 1950's were one of the sterlingnperiods of Western -history. In fact,neven then some perceptive persons foresawnsome of the disasters that havenrecently come to pass. Although Handlinnrecognizes that the consensus behindnthese policies was mu^h morenfragile than it . . .
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