How the Cold War Shaped Western Democracy with Simon Reid-Henry

Simon Reid-Henry attacks the traditional historiography of the Cold War, placing a much greater emphasis on the importance of the 1970s in shaping the rest of the Cold War and the period after it. He and Dan talk about the significance of the 1970s, and discuss how events then shape our lives now.


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Producer: Peter Curry

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