Design for War

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Design for War

By Frederic R. Sanborn
Devin-Adair, 1951
607 pp. $5.00

An extensive though hardly ground-breaking addition to the Beard-Chamberlin-Morgenstern school which sees President Roosevelt as plotting American participation in World War II to divert attention from domestic difficulties.

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