This volume assesses Franklin Roosevelt's role as war leader from the vantage point of the twenty-first century, by looking at different aspects of his foreign policy.
About the Author
DAVID B. WOOLNERis an Associate Professor at Marist College and Executive Director of the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, USA. WARREN F. KIMBALLis Robert Treat Professor Emeritus of History at Rutgers University, USA. DAVID REYNOLDSis a Professor of International History at Christ's College, Cambridge, UK.
Table of ContentsFDR's Foreign Policy and the Construction of American History, 1945-1955; D.Reynolds FDR and the 'World Wide Arena'; A.K.Henrikson FDR and the Origins of the National Security Establishment; M.Stoler The Sheriffs: FDR's Postwar World; W.F.Kimball FDR and the 'Colonial Question'; L.Gardner FDR and the 'China Question'; M.Schaller FDR's New Economic Order; R.Woods FDR and Post-War Commercial Aviation: Legacy or Loss; A.Dobson FDR's Worldviews, 1941-1945; W.LaFeber Epilogue: FDR: Reflections on Legacy and Leadership- the View from 2007; D.B.Woolner