Cautious Crusade: Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Public Opinion, and the War against Nazi Germany

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INDEX
Acheson, Dean, 225
America First, 47
American Bund, 24, 53
American Magazine, 148, 150
American Mercury, 114, 141, 155
Arnold, Henry "Hap," 82, 102, 106, 132
Associated Press: and the Morgenthau plan, 185
Atlantic Charter, 56, 132, 154, 159, 199
Atlantic Conference (Aug. 1941), 42, 132
Badoglio, Marshal Pietro, 124, 126, 133
Balter, Sam, 153 Baltimore Sun, 17; and Morgenthau plan, 185, 208
Bankhead, Senator John, 99
Barth, Alan, 17; and media surveys, 21, 47, 48, 52–53, 71
Beatty, Morgan, 153
Berle, Adolf A., 158
Biddle, Francis, 61, 164
Birchall, Frederick T., 20
Blum, John Morton, 194
Boettiger, John, 208
Bradley, General Omar D., 211
Brown, Cecil, 124, 166, 169–70
Bruenn, Dr Howard, 155
Bryce Commission, 65
Bullitt, William C: and "Asia-first" strategy, 98; and Darlan, 112
Byrnes, James F.: and Japanese surrender, 220–21; and Stuttgart speech (1946), 224
Cairo Conference (Nov.–Dec. 1943), 134, 152, 217
Cantril, Hadley, 19, 28, 30, 63, 98, 150, 152, 166–67, 215, 233n90, 268n7
Capra, Frank, 158
Carter, John Franklin, 17, 117, 215
Casablanca Conference (Jan. 1943), 99, 219; and strategy, 101–3; and unconditional surrender, 109–10, 118–20
CBS, 113, 171. See also opinion makers; radio Century Group, 25–26, 38
Chamberlain, Neville, 9, 10
Cherwell, Lord, 179
Chiang Kai-shek, 49
Chiang Kai-shek, Madame: visit to the U.S., 97–98, 100
Chicago Tribune, 16, 17; and "Asia-first" sentiment, 49; and Nazi Germany, 20; and postwar Germany, 144; and second front, 89
Christian Science Monitor, 94
Churchill, Winston S., 11, 80; contrasted with FDR, 81–83; and postwar Germany, 140, 179–81, 190, 201–205; speeches, 81, 100; and strategy, 42, 87, 92, 106–8, 151; and unconditional surrender, 110, 118, 123; and U.S.S.R., 190
Civil War, U.S., 109–10, 213
Clark, General Mark, 112
Collier's, 63
Committee of War Information, 48–49, 61, 111
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, 25–26, 38
Common Sense: and "Darlanism," 125; and Germany, 170–71
Concentration camps. See Nazi Germany and atrocities.

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