NO book of this dimension can be written without the help of many people. I would like to express my appreciation to several scholars who assisted me in my research. First is Steven Bernstein, a talented archivist who used the internet and library resources to help me track down numerous leads. Next is F. Kennon Moody, who solved a number of research problems at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park and also played a major role in helping me locate pictures that illuminate the text. My son, Richard Fleming, a trained librarian and archivist, as well as the holder of a graduate degree in Russian studies, used the resources of several New York City libraries, notably his alma mater, Columbia University, to provide me with invaluable aid. In Washington, D.C., Mrs. Anne McGovern helped me explore the Fulton Oursler Papers at the Georgetown University Library. I would also like to thank the staff of the Columbia Oral History Collection, who were invariably helpful in my explorations of such treasure troves as Henry Wallace's multivolume recollections. For their skill in helping me with their own fine history collection, as well as their readiness to retrieve out-of-print books for me via interlibrary loan, I am grateful to the staff of the New York Society Library. The librarian of the Century Association, W. Gregory Gallagher, was also helpful in computer searches for such books
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Publication information: Book title: The New Dealers' War:Franklin D. Roosevelt and the War within World War II. Contributors: Thomas Fleming - Author. Publisher: Basic Books. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2001. Page number: i.
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