Thankfully Enigma Books has now brought this landmark back to life. Peter Zelikow, "Foreign Affairs" Because it offers a rare insight into the workings of Franklin Delano Roosevelt s wartime diplomacy, this book is the classic account of FDR s foreign policy during World War II, examining how Harry Hopkins, his friend and confidant, became the ...
Thankfully Enigma Books has now brought this landmark back to life. Peter Zelikow, "Foreign Affairs" Because it offers a rare insight into the workings of Franklin Delano Roosevelt s wartime diplomacy, this book is the classic account of FDR s foreign policy during World War II, examining how Harry Hopkins, his friend and confidant, became the president s point man with Stalin, Churchill, de Gaulle, and other allied leaders. It is the inside history of America s inevitable wartime rise as a great power, written in wonderfully readable prose by White House speechwriter and prize-winning playwright Robert Sherwood."
Fair. NOT ex-library. No dj. Light shelf wear to dark blue boards, minor bumping on corners. No markings on pages. All items shipped within 2 business days and guaranteed. Proceeds benefit the Pima County Public Library, serving the greater Tucson area.
Acceptable. 1948 Hardcover [1st ed. ] illus., ports., map. xvii, 979 p. Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 937-962) Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Fair. No Dust Jacket. Flower stamp on first page. Previous owners stamp on inside of front cover. Marked as acceptable due to ware on the outer corners of cover, spine, and back cover. All main text pages are clean, free of marks, and binding is tight. Always free tracking and excellent packaging.
Fair to good. 979, illus., notes, index, some wear & small tears to top & bottom edges of spine, boards somewhat scuffed/soiled & corners worn. Small tears inside front hinge, small piece (1.75" x 0.5") cut off of top corner of front free endpaper. Harry Hopkins (1890-1946) was one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's closest advisors--one of the architects of the New Deal, FDR's chief diplomatic advisor and troubleshooter during World War II, and a key policymaker in the $50 billion Lend-Lease program.
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