Fine. A fine collection of thoughtful essays by revisionist and libertarian historians highly critical of US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's pre-World War 2 direction of foreign policy, steadily inciting the world to war-especially via the incitement of Japan through illegal embargoes and diplomatic harassment-whilst making false promises to the American electorate of not sending American boys into foreign wars. Softcover, contains notes, name and subject indexes, 219pp. A beautiful copy, unused and unread. Very rare, especially in this condition.
Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Volume of essays with a perceptive preface by Felix Morley. Clean bright copy in a d/w showing light shelfwear with sunning and rubbing-219 pages including indexes of names and subjects. Next post dispatch.
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