America and the Origins of World War II, 1933-1941: New Perspectives in History

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Contents
Introduction
I The Old Historical Perspective1
WAYNE S. COLEAmerican Entry into World War. II: A Histori ographical Appraisal. 2
II The Consensus on Appeasement, 1933-193825
DOROTHY BORGThe United States and the Far Eastern Crisis of 1933-193826
ARNOLD A. OFFNERAmerican Appeasement, 1933-193854
III Between Peace and War, 1939-194177
WILLIAM E. LEUCHTENBURGFranklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-194079
WILLIAM L. LANGER and S. EVERETT GLEASONThe Undeclared War, 1940-194196
IV The Nuances of Negotiations, 1941125
ROBERT J. C. BUTOWThe Hull-Nomura Conversations: A Fundamental Misconception127
PAUL SCHROEDERThe Axis Alliance and Japanese-American Relations, 1941144

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • I - The Old Historical Debate 1
  • II - The Consensus on Appeasement, 1933-1938 25
  • III - Between Peace and War, 1939-1941 77
  • IV - The Nuances of Negotiations, 1941 125
  • V - The Axis and Aggression, 1941 157
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 222
  • List of Persons 227
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