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|dc.description.abstract||Louis Fischer (1896-1970) – is a famous American journalist, who worked in Russia and in Europe almost for 20 years as personal European correspondent of the magazine «The Nation» (1922-1940). He was the professor at Princeton (1930) and Yale (1936) universities. Vladimir O. Pechatnov wrote that "Fischer was never a communist, but, apparently, has gained a good reputation and intercourse in Moscow as respected and friendly Western commentator. Fisher's correspondence, as well as his books about the Soviet Russia in the West, brought him a fame of one of the leading experts on Soviet foreign policy".||en_GB|
|dc.title||Louis Fischer and Soviet-American relations in the first half of XX century||en_GB|
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