Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's foreign policies, 1933-1945

Justus Doenecke and Mark A. Stoler

Elected an unprecedented four times to the presidency, Franklin D. Roosevelt led the United States through some of the most dramatic and trying foreign and domestic episodes in its history. Coming to power in the throws of a crippling depression, Roosevelt quickly found himself having to juggle the need for tremendous domestic revitalization in a world menaced by burgeoning aggressor states. In Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's Foreign Policies, noted historians Justus D. Doenecke and Mark A. Stoler offer differing perspectives on the Roosevelt years, finding disparate meanings from common data. Finding Roosevelt astute at choosing the most effective option of those available, Stoler generally defends FDR's policies against their traditional critics. Conversely, Doenecke emphasizes a dangerous shallowness and superficiality in FDR's approach to foreign affairs, particularly in his first two terms. The contrary viewpoints of the authors, supplemented by carefully chosen documents, provide an ideal introduction allowing readers to examine the issues and draw their own conclusions about Franklin Roosevelt's foreign policy.

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Elected an unprecedented four times to the presidency, Franklin D. Roosevelt led the United States through some of the most dramatic and trying foreign and domestic episodes in its history. Coming to power in the throws of a crippling depression, Roosevelt quickly found himself having to juggle the need for tremendous domestic revitalization in a world menaced by burgeoning aggressor states. In Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's Foreign Policies, noted historians Justus D. Doenecke and Mark A. Stoler offer differing perspectives on the Roosevelt years, finding disparate meanings from common data. Finding Roosevelt astute at choosing the most effective option of those available, Stoler generally defends FDR's policies against their traditional critics. Conversely, Doenecke emphasizes a dangerous shallowness and superficiality in FDR's approach to foreign affairs, particularly in his first two terms. The contrary viewpoints of the authors, supplemented by carefully chosen documents, provide an ideal introduction allowing readers to examine the issues and draw their own conclusions about Franklin Roosevelt's foreign policy.

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  • Introduction Part I: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy: An Ambiguous Legacy, by Justus D. Doenecke 1: Roosevelt to William Phillips, Acting Secretary of State 2: Memorandum on Neutrality by R. Walton Moore, Assistant Secretary of State, August 27, 1935 3: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Quarantine" Speech, October 5, 1937 4: The Atlantic Charter, August 14, 1941 (White House News Release) 5: War on Submarines, Radio Address by President Roosevelt, September 11, 1941 6: Transcription of Press Conference at Casablanca, January 24, 1943 Part II: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy: Flawed, but Superior to the Competition, by Mark A. Stoler 1: The Neutrality Acts, 1935-1939 2: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Proposal for Lend-Lease Aid to Great Britain, December 17 and 29, 1940 3: President Roosevelt's War Message, December 8, 1941 4: The Teheran Conference Minutes, November 29-30, 1943 5: The Churchill-Roosevelt Agreement on Atomic Energy, September 18, 1944 6: The Yalta Protocol of Proceedings 7: Roosevelt's Messages to Stalin and Churchill, 1945 Bibliography

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  • Introduction Part I: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy: An Ambiguous Legacy, by Justus D. Doenecke 1: Roosevelt to William Phillips, Acting Secretary of State 2: Memorandum on Neutrality by R. Walton Moore, Assistant Secretary of State, August 27, 1935 3: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Quarantine" Speech, October 5, 1937 4: The Atlantic Charter, August 14, 1941 (White House News Release) 5: War on Submarines, Radio Address by President Roosevelt, September 11, 1941 6: Transcription of Press Conference at Casablanca, January 24, 1943 Part II: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy: Flawed, but Superior to the Competition, by Mark A. Stoler 1: The Neutrality Acts, 1935-1939 2: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Proposal for Lend-Lease Aid to Great Britain, December 17 and 29, 1940 3: President Roosevelt's War Message, December 8, 1941 4: The Teheran Conference Minutes, November 29-30, 1943 5: The Churchill-Roosevelt Agreement on Atomic Energy, September 18, 1944 6: The Yalta Protocol of Proceedings 7: Roosevelt's Messages to Stalin and Churchill, 1945 Bibliography

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この本の情報

書名 Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's foreign policies, 1933-1945
著作者等 Doenecke, Justus D.
Stoler, Mark A.
シリーズ名 Debating twentieth-century America
出版元 Rowman & Littlefield
刊行年月 c2005
ページ数 vi, 238 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0847694151
9780847694167
NCID BA72584250
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国

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