World War II U.S. Neutrality

World War II U.S. Neutrality: Selected full-text books and articles

America First: The Battle against Intervention, 1940-41 By Wayne S. Cole University of Wisconsin Press, 1953
War Propaganda and the United States By Harold Lavine; James Wechsler Yale University Press, 1940
Librarian's tip: Chap. II "The Greatest Neutral"
The Peace Reform in American History By Charles DeBenedetti Indiana University Press, 1980
Roosevelt and Churchill: Their Secret Wartime Correspondence By Winston Churchill; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Francis L. Loewenheim; Harold D. Langley; Manfred Jonas Saturday Review Press; E. P. Dutton, 1975
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American Neutrality, Trial and Failure By Charles G. Fenwick New York University Press, 1940
Basic Documents of International Relations By Frederick H. Hartmann McGraw-Hill, 1951
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