The Reluctant Belligerent: American Entry Into World War II

McGraw-Hill, 1979 - 179 pages
This detailed examination focuses on day-by-day diplomacy and confronts the reasons why the United States hesitated to enter the war. The author discusses the American retreat behind the facade of neutrality legislation, and how by waiting until the nation was forced into fighting, the U.S. may have actually added to the severity of World War II. -- (Softcover)

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