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Democracy And The Formation Of Foreign Policy: The Case of F.D.R. and America's Entry into World War II

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08/08/2014Ronald Radosh

Discussion about the methods used by Franklin D. Roosevelt to bring the United States into World War II is not new. The dominant group of American historians have defended Roosevelt's actions as those forced upon the president by the course of Axis aggression. A smaller group of revisionist historians have argued that American policy makers followed a path that pushed the United States toward active involvement in what might have remained a purely European war.

Volume 3, Number 3 (Spring-Autumn 1967)

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Radosh, Ronald. "Democracy And The Formation Of Foreign Policy: The Case of F.D.R. and America's Entry into World War II." Left and Right 3, No. 3 (Spring-Autumn 1967): 31-38.

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