Isolated America

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Isolated America

By Raymond Leslie Buell
Knopf, 1940
470 pp. $3.00

A history of recent American foreign policy and an appraisal of our place in a warring world where there can be no such thing as isolation. Mr. Buell, formerly President of the Foreign Policy Association, holds that we would be helping ourselves by helping the Allies with every means short of sending over troops. This is a sound and scholarly work, long-range in its vision and realistic in its approach.

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