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The battle against intervention, 1939-1941 / by Justus D. Doenecke.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D769.1 .D64 1997

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    Overview

    Series
    Anvil series
    Anvil series (Huntington, N.Y.)
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Doenecke, Justus D.
    Published
    Malabar, Fla. : Krieger Publishing, 1997
    Locale
    United States
    Edition
    Original ed
    Contents
    Threatened tradition
    War breaks out
    Alternative perspective
    Emergency questioned
    Atlanic preparations
    Different front
    Toward confrontation
    To protect a nation
    Alternatives to war
    Matter of survival
    Pacific challenge
    Senator William E. Borah opposes cash and carry
    Dalton Trumbo, Johnny got his gun (1939)
    Howard K. Beale, "Some fallacies of the interventionist view"
    Edwin M. Borchard on neutrality
    Charles A. Lindbergh on British propaganda
    Harry Elmer Barnes on "old" and "new thieves"
    John Haynes Holmes on imperialist war
    Senator Gerald P. Nye on Britain as "ace aggressor"
    General Hugh S. Johnson, "Is Britain fighting our war?"
    Stuart Chase, "Four assumptions about the war"
    Charles A. Linbergh on air defence
    Hanson W. Baldwin on "The bogey of invasion"
    Senator Robert A. Taft on conscription inequity
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Roosevelt as dictator
    General Hugh S. Johnson on defending America first
    Charles A. Beard on U.S. policy
    Senator Robert A. Taft warns against convoys
    America First Committee on German conquest of Russia
    John Haynes Holmes on Russian victory
    America First Committee on invasion danger
    America First Committee on Atlantic Charter
    Uncensored on Atlantic Charter
    America First Committee on freedom of the seas
    America First Committee on Panamanian Registry
    America First Committee on Nazi trade threat
    George N. Peek on Axis impoverishing America
    Anne Morrow Lindbergh and the wave of the future
    Christian Century on peace aims
    Freda Utley on negotiated peace
    Robert M. Hutchins on domestic priorities
    William R. Castle on accommodation with Japan
    New York Daily News on a two-front war
    Christian Century on U.S. peace terms with Japan.
    Notes
    "An Anvil original."
    "Part II: Documents" (p. 99-191) contains a collection of 34 speeches, articles, essays, etc.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-198) and index.
    Threatened tradition -- War breaks out -- Alternative perspective -- Emergency questioned -- Atlanic preparations -- Different front -- Toward confrontation -- To protect a nation -- Alternatives to war -- Matter of survival -- Pacific challenge -- Senator William E. Borah opposes cash and carry -- Dalton Trumbo, Johnny got his gun (1939) -- Howard K. Beale, "Some fallacies of the interventionist view" -- Edwin M. Borchard on neutrality -- Charles A. Lindbergh on British propaganda -- Harry Elmer Barnes on "old" and "new thieves" -- John Haynes Holmes on imperialist war -- Senator Gerald P. Nye on Britain as "ace aggressor" -- General Hugh S. Johnson, "Is Britain fighting our war?" -- Stuart Chase, "Four assumptions about the war" -- Charles A. Linbergh on air defence -- Hanson W. Baldwin on "The bogey of invasion" -- Senator Robert A. Taft on conscription inequity -- St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Roosevelt as dictator -- General Hugh S. Johnson on defending America first -- Charles A. Beard on U.S. policy -- Senator Robert A. Taft warns against convoys -- America First Committee on German conquest of Russia -- John Haynes Holmes on Russian victory -- America First Committee on invasion danger -- America First Committee on Atlantic Charter -- Uncensored on Atlantic Charter -- America First Committee on freedom of the seas -- America First Committee on Panamanian Registry -- America First Committee on Nazi trade threat -- George N. Peek on Axis impoverishing America -- Anne Morrow Lindbergh and the wave of the future -- Christian Century on peace aims -- Freda Utley on negotiated peace -- Robert M. Hutchins on domestic priorities -- William R. Castle on accommodation with Japan -- New York Daily News on a two-front war -- Christian Century on U.S. peace terms with Japan.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0894649019
    Physical Description
    viii, 213 p. ; 21 cm.

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