Very Good in Near Very Good jacket. Third printing, hardcover, has very slight skew to spine, slight bumps to spine ends, and a touch of wear to edges and corners, otherwise a solid VG copy in Near VG dust jacket which is price clipped, has light bumps with tiny chips and tears to spine ends and corners, light edgewear with a few short tears and slight creases, slight rubbing with a few small stains, and a few faint creases to front panel.
Very Good+ No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 614pp. Franklin D. Roosevelt's statements to the American people under the heading of foreign policy. His main argument is that both Democratic and Republican leaders, but Roosevelt above all, worked quietly in 1940 and 1941 to insinuate the United States into the Second World War. Basing his work on available congressional records and administrative reports Clean.
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