Why England Slept

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Why England Slept

By John F. Kennedy
Wilfred Funk, 1940
252 pp. $2.00

The son of the recently resigned American Ambassador to England seeks to show that the responsibility for the policies which have led Britain to its present parlous state -- appeasement, pacifism, undue optimism and general muddleheadedness -- rests on the British people as a whole, not on any one class or group.

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