One World: Wendell Willkie's Rhetoric Of Globalism in the World War II Era

@article{Stengrim2018OneWW,
  title={One World: Wendell Willkie's Rhetoric Of Globalism in the World War II Era},
  author={L. Stengrim},
  journal={Rhetoric & Public Affairs},
  year={2018},
  volume={21},
  pages={201 - 233}
}
  • L. Stengrim
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Rhetoric & Public Affairs
  • Abstract:During the World War II era, a time of civilizational uncertainty, globalism emerged as a rhetorical alternative both to the isolationism predominant before the war and to the Cold War bipolarity that would replace it. A primary advocate for globalism was Wendell Willkie, the failed 1940 Republican presidential candidate who went on to cooperate with President Franklin D. Roosevelt, serving as his former rival's proxy and personal representative in two famous overseas trips. While… CONTINUE READING
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