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When this article appeared on American newsstands, the Berlin Blockade was in its sixth week:

"Russia and the U.S. are in the midst of another showdown on peace. Odds favor a settlement, not war."

"Peace terms are shifting closer to compromise. Russia is more interested in seeking peace, less interested in stalling... Each side is out to get the best possible terms. But prospects for easing the tension of cold war are good."

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Can There be Peace with Stalin? (United States News & World Report, 1948)

Can There be Peace with Stalin? (United States News & World Report, 1948)

Can There be Peace with Stalin? (United States News & World Report, 1948)

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