Franklin D. Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932-1945

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  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Prologue - An American Internationalist 3
  • Part One - The Internationalist as Nationalist, 1932–1934 21
  • I - First Things First 23
  • 2 - The Diplomacy of Hope 35
  • 3 - … and Nationalism 59
  • 4 - Farewell to Internationalism 78
  • Part Two - The Internationalist as Isolationist, 1935–1938 99
  • 5 - Muddling through 101
  • 6 - Standing Still 122
  • 7 - Gestures 144
  • Part Three - The Politics of Foreign Policy, 1939–1941 170
  • 8 - Limited Influence 171
  • 9 - The Reluctant Neutral 199
  • 10 - Conflict and Compromise 233
  • 11 - The Tortuous Road to War 269
  • Part Four - The Idealist as Realist, 1942–1945 315
  • 12 - The Struggle for Unity 317
  • 13 - Balancing Needs 362
  • 14 - Alliance Politics 406
  • 15 - 1944- Victories and Doubts 442
  • 16 - Will There Be Peace? 485
  • Epilogue - Roosevelt as Foreign Policy Leader 529
  • Afterword 1995 539
  • Notes - A Note on Sources 553
  • Bibliography of Selected Books 633
  • Index 643
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