Some fallacies of the interventionist view

Washington, D.C. the author, 1941. 32p., wraps, very good.

The progressive historian, later Comer Vann Woodward's mentor, presents a "non-pacifist non-interventionist" perspective on WW II, arguing that the US should arm itself for defense but refrain from joining a fight in Europe that might only add to the death toll without necessarily helping Hitler's victims.

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