No Clear and Present Danger
by Bruce M. Russett

A disappointing reevaluation of US entry into WW II by an advocate of realpolitic who coaches leaders to consider all their options carefully before entering a war. He is very cautious about criticizing FDR, who he obviously respects, but he dismisses isolationists out of hand.

Year Read: 1973


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