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The transcript of these 1951 Senate hearings forms one of the most revealing documents on U.S. foreign relations and military policy during the Cold War. The hearings, which began as an investigation into President Truman's firing of General MacArthur and into developments in the Korea War following the introduction of Chinese Communist troops, quickly became a forum for discussion and debate over a variety of complex cold war issues. This microfilm collection of over 8,000 pages publishes for the first time the complete transcript of these landmark hearings, including all the passages that were originally marked "top secret." These previously unpublished passages are clearly marked in the text to facilitate research.

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