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The End of Innocence
The End of Innocence
By Jonathan Daniels
Lippincott, 1954, 351 pp

A review, part history and part memoir, of the years of the Wilson Administration when the United States and its leaders were driven into the world and wars of the twentieth century--the end of innocence. Written in a personal vein by the son of Wilson's Secretary of the Navy, who is the central character, the book provides many revealing views of the young, and immature, F.D.R.