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Cautious Crusade: Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Public Opinion, and the War against Nazi Germany
America's struggle against Nazism is one of the few aspects of World War II that has escaped controversy. Historians agree that it was a widely popular war, different from the subsequent conflicts inExpand
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Selling the Korean War : propaganda, politics, and public opinion in the United States, 1950-1953
Introduction PART ONE: THE WAR AGAINST NORTH KOREA, JUNE-NOVEMBER 1950 1. Keeping the Home Front Cool 2. Censorship is Abhorrent to General MacArthur 3. Mobilizing for a Police Action 4. On theExpand
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Selling the Korean War
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White House Publicity Operations During the Korean War, June 1950–June 1951
The large literature on the growth of the public relations presidency emphasizes a variety of causes, including the changing conception of the role of the presidency in the political structure, theExpand
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Mental maps in the era of two world wars
Introduction S.Casey& J. Wright Raymond Poincare J.Keiger Lloyd George S.Marks The View from the Kremlin: Soviet Assumptions about the Capitalist World in the 1920s and 1930s C.Read One mind atExpand
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When Soldiers Fall: How Americans Have Confronted Combat Losses from World War I to Afghanistan
Introduction 1. Censorship annd the First Casualty Controversy: World War I, 1917-1918 2. Bad News in the "Good War": World War II, 1941-1943 3. The Price of Victory: World War II, 1944-1945 4.Expand
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When Congress Gets Mad
The article discusses the relations between the U.S. president and Congress regarding foreign policy during the 1940s, 1950s and the tenure of U.S. President Barack Obama, including in regard to theExpand
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Book Review: Roosevelt’s Lost Alliances: How Personal Politics Helped Start the Cold War by Frank Costigliola
The only suggestion for improvement is that Gentile could have offered a more detailed look at the military role of the Italian partisans. We learn, for instance, that the perceived danger posed byExpand