Fair. Paperback. All text is legible, may contain markings, cover wear, loose/torn pages or staining and much writing. SKU: 9780939484010-5-0-3 Orders ship the same or next business day. Expedited shipping within U.S. will arrive in 3-5 days. Hassle free 14 day return policy. Contact Customer Service for questions. ISBN: 9780939484010.
Very Good. 0939484013 Very nice clean copy. Text free of highlighting and writing. A collection of revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the Second World War. Shows how the Roosevelt Administration deliberately manipulated events in Europe and Asia to bring the Us into the war; how Roosevelt was aware of the date, time and place of the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened (and deliberately let it go ahead); and much more. The authors show the deception perpetrated against the American people, who were 80 percent opposed to entering the war. 1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout. 2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe. 3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe. 4: How American Policy toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific. 5: Japanese-American Relations, 1921-1941; The Pacific Back Road to War. 6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor. 7: The Pearl Harbor Investigations. 8: The Bankruptcy of a Policy. 9: American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century.
723p., wraps worn at edges, sunned at spine, foxed on foredge, else very good. Reprint of the revisionist history of the lead-up to WWII. Subtitle: a critical examination of the foreign policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and its aftermath.
Very Good in Good jacket. Very good vintage first edition cloth hardcover in good jacket. The book itself looks practically brand new on the outside with only light shelf wear along the edges and at corners, and one bumped upper outer corner. Beautiful dark blue cloth covers with gilt silver text imprinting. Interior has aged papers and someone has blotted out a previous owner name with black marker on both the front end papers. Otherwise the book seems unused. The jacket is fully in tact with still bright colors on the front and the original price on flap. Jacket spine is sunned and edges are worn with a few small chips, and the interior edges have been tape reinforced, with some more recent tape repairs added to the front edges to prevent more chipping.
Alibris, the Alibris logo, and Alibris.com are registered trademarks of Alibris, Inc.
Copyright in bibliographic data and cover images is held by Nielsen Book Services Limited, Baker & Taylor, Inc., or by their respective licensors, or by the publishers, or by their respective licensors. For personal use only. All rights reserved. All rights in images of books or other publications are reserved by the original copyright holders.