The Private Papers of Senator Vandenberg

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The Private Papers of Senator Vandenberg

By Arthur H. Vandenberg, Jr. and Joe Alex Morris
Houghton, 1952
599 pp. $5.00

The major theme of these well-edited papers, of course, is the late Senator's transition from isolationism to an advocacy of international coöperation. A valuable new source for our understanding of American foreign relations in the years since Pearl Harbor, the book is particularly useful in presenting the story from the point of view of a member of the legislative branch of the Government.

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