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Foreign Policy Begins at Home

Foreign Policy Begins at Home

By James P. Warburg

Harcourt, 1944, 308 pp.

In this timely book the author has happily joined together readability with understanding of the international issues of our day. The major portion of his work consists of a fast-moving explanation of how the world came to its present pass, with the core of the story always centering around American policy, or lack thereof.