Mapping the Cold War: Cartography and the Framing of America’s International Power

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Serves notice that maps will continue to deliver intelligence details that will shape opinion quickly by virtue of the visual…recommended–CHOICE

[Historians] will appreciate the rich evidence Barney presents in making his case that mapmaking was a central part of the Cold War battle. This book should be in every research library.–H-Net Reviews

A fine book that should be read by any geographer or historian, especially those interested in mapping and the history of the Cold War.–AAG Review of Books

Stimulating and path-breaking.–Journal of Historical Geography

Interesting material on several important topics of recent history and near-contemporary political rhetoric.–Imago Mundi

Clearly occupies an important space within the literature of critical cartography, looking at how we interpret maps and how those in power utilize the map as a tool to promote their agenda of power in the world.–The Portolan

The first significant work on the history of Cold War mapping.–Journal of American History

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