Giddy Minds and Foreign Quarrels

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Giddy Minds and Foreign Quarrels

By Charles A. Beard
Macmillan, 1939
87 pp. $50.00

A short isolationist tract, originally published in Harpers Magazine. Mr. Beard explains why he believes the United States should, and can, remain aloof from "foreign quarrels" in Europe, Africa and Asia. In spite of his plausibility and persuasiveness, some readers will conclude that giddiness can attack almost anyone.

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